Hoe Please: Casey Anthony Becomes “Very Ill” During Testimony About Finding The Skull Of Her Murdered Daughter

- By Bossip Staff

Isn’t that just amazingly convenient…?

Crying through most of the day, Casey Anthony abruptly left the courtroom Thursday with a mystery illness during gruesome testimony about her 2-year-daughter’s duct-tape covered skull.

“Miss Anthony is ill. We’re recessing for the day,” Judge Belvin Perry announced. “Neither the state nor the defense has any comments regarding her illness.”

The early end to the court session in the Orlando murder trial came after a day of graphic testimony and grisly photographs of Caylee’s sparse, decomposed remains, which were found in Dec. 11, 2008, five months after the child was reported missing.

When testimony with the Orange County Chief Deputy Medical Examiner, Dr. Gary Utz, began after the lunch break, Anthony, 25, looked weak and pale. Then, after the afternoon break, she looked like she was going to be sick. She couldn’t even stand up as the jury left the courtroom. She was escorted out.

This broad needs so many more people. Looks like despite the fact that we ALL know that she’s a lying sack of sh*t, she’s gonna do whatever she has to to try to stay out of jail. Sad really…


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  • Kathryn

    Why wasn’t this butch getting ill when she was brutally killing that precious baby?? Liar. She deserves nothing but a slow, painful death.
    RIP Caylee 😦

  • SOSO

    i wish they would put this sorry b.itch under the jail already!

  • Schlong Jones Esq

    Must be remorse kicking in

    Rip babygirl

  • team nymphis


    You wasn’t sick when she was missin.you was out kickin it and hoein.GTFOHWTBS!!!

    Sad part is… she got the skin condition to beat the conviction.

  • nursedred

    Cute white kid trumps meth addict everyday. She’s going to jail the question is for how long?

  • rob

    I”ll inject this willy white devil.kiss the devil hitch.


    ThroW This B*tch To The SHARKS, SmdH…White FolkS Are Krazy

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