Casey Anthony Spotted In Public For The First Time Since Trial At Florida Steak House

Casey Anthony Spotted In Public For The First Time Since Trial At Florida Steak House
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For the first time since her trial ended, Casey Anthony has been spotted, as she was eating out at a steak house in South Florida, it was claimed on Tuesday.

A blurry cell phone photo shows a woman who is allegedly Casey Anthony, 26, at Flanigan’s Seafood Bar and Grill in Lake Worth.

This is Anthony’s first public appearance since she was acquitted of killing her young daughter, Caylee.

The Casey Anthony trial was one of the most publicized stories in 2011, as photos of her partying and drinking while Caylee was missing made her “the most hated mom in America.”

Casey Anthony reportedly ordered Buffalo chicken wings at the restaurant.

Yeah, we can’t believe this is news, either.

Stephen Willard | Elite.

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