After three years in jail, the most hated woman in the world, Casey Anthony, was released during the early morning hours of Monday. "Her future is uncertain and an uphill battle as she re-enters society," says CNN.com. "Death threats and unkind words abound in the social media realm."
The "I hate Casey Anthony" Facebook page has more than 45,000 fans; the "F--- Casey Anthony" page has more than 775,000, according to CNN.com.
A woman mistaken for Casey Anthony was nearly run over by an Oklahoma woman driving a minivan last week.
"Is Casey Anthony in danger?" blared the newspaper headlines this morning.
Anthony was ordered held without bail 3 years ago when it seemed certain that the state of Florida had enough evidence to convict her for the brutal death of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee. The toddler's skeletal remains was found in a wooded area near her family home on December 11, 2008. Her head was wrapped in duct tape.
But a moronic jury, blinded by the lights and possible future payoffs, acquitted the mentally unstable woman.
Anthony, 25, immediately headed to an airport and boarded a flight for parts unknown. "Don't come back here," her father is alleged to have told Anthony.
Casey's most vocal supporters have been her lawyers who are busy fielding offers for her first television interview.
"My advice to her would be to grow up," said defense lawyer Steve Farese Sr., who did not represent Anthony in court. "The first thing Casey Anthony needs to do is go to [a] comfort zone and I don't know where that safe place is for her."