Friday, July 15, 2011

Casey Anthony could face fresh questions on Caylee's death as real 'Zanny the nanny' sues for defamation, while MORE twisted wellwishers send Money

Casey Anthony could face more questions over her daughter's death, after lawyers for the woman suing the 25-year-old for defamation demanded that she testify in the civil case.

Zenaida Fernandez-Gonzalez has filed a lawsuit against the cleared mother, claiming her life was ruined after Anthony used her name when she told Orlando police little Caylee had been kidnapped by 'Zanny the nanny'.

Her legal team have asked the court to force Anthony to give a deposition next week, as they fear once she is released from jail she will vanish under a new identity.

Anthony's lawyers intend to block the move, claiming she is is 'emotionally and mentally exhausted' after the criminal trial.

The demand came as Orange County Jail revealed twisted wellwishers are continuing to send Anthony money, swelling her jail commissary account to $470 - but it's still only $200 more before she was cleared of murder at the end of her sensational trial.

Strangers from Iowa, Pennsylvania and even Canada have been sending $10 and $20 money orders, which Anthony has been spending on sweets including KitKats, Skittles and Reese's peanut butter cups in the run up to her release on Sunday.

But two days after she walks free from jail, she could have to give a video deposition at the office of Fernandez-Gonzalez's lawyer.

The 42-year-old is suing Anthony for defamation, claiming she lost her flat and her job and found it impossible to find work in the three years since Anthony falsely said a fictitious nanny with the same name has her had abducted Caylee. Read More