The single mother from Orlando carried on as normal during June 2008, showing no signs of distress, anxiety or depression and never mentioning the sudden disappearance of little Caylee, flatmates testified.
'She seemed like a fun party girl,' said Roy 'Clint' House, 23, who shared an apartment in Orlando with Anthony’s then boyfriend, where Anthony spent much of that month.
Fellow flatmate Nathan Lezniewicz, 23, told the court: 'She always seemed like she was having a good time. She’s not an introvert personality by any means.'
Anthony, 25, faces the death penalty if convicted of first-degree murder. Her parents last saw Caylee alive on June 16, 2008, and for the next 31 days were told by their daughter that the little girl was away staying with a nanny, or being cared for by friends.
But when they finally called in police on July 15, suspicious over Anthony’s stories and frantic over Caylee’s whereabouts, she broke down and claimed that the child had been kidnapped by the nanny – a tale that police later disproved. Read More