Casey Anthony goes free
Casey Anthony will walk free later this week for the first time since she was arrested nearly four years ago and charged with the death of her two-year-old daughter Caylee. Anthony’s probation, which kept her out of jail but tied to her home, ends this week — meaning she is no longer subject to any kind of state monitoring. The details of her release are being kept secret because she remains a reviled figure following her acquittal in July 2011 on charges of killing her daughter. ‘As of Friday, August 24 at 12am, nobody will be able to tell her where to be,’ Casey’s attorney Charles Greene told ABC News. Casey, who was 22 at the time of her arrest, drew the nation’s ire when she was pictured partying at bars while police frantically searching for missing Caylee — whose remains were later found in a garbage bag in the woods near Anthony’s home.