Casey Anthony Offered Cosmetic Surgery To Help Her Hide — But She Says 'No' To A New Face!

Tue, July 12, 2011 4:01pm EST by 8 Comments

Casey will be a prime target for revenge attacks and death threats when she walks free on Sunday, July 17, but she’s refusing to alter her appearance when she goes into hiding.

Authorities will help Casey Anthony start a new life with a new identity when she’s released from jail, but they fear she doesn’t understand how much she’s hated!

‘There  have been discussions about cosmetic surgery,” a source tells the Chicago Sun-Times. “But Casey has rejected that out of hand.”

“She really does not completely understand the depth of hatred out there.”

The 25-year-old WILL wear a disguise to slip out of Orlando’s Orange County Jail on July 17 — prison officials are even allowing her to use a secret exit so she can avoid the inevitable pack of protesters and paparazzi photographers.

She’ll then be whisked away to begin a new life.

But without cosmetic surgery, it’s feared she’ll be easily identified and risks a retaliation attack. And sources suspect Casey is oblivious to widespread belief she killed her two-year-old daughter Caylee in 2008 and has cheated justice.

The source adds, “She’s fully aware of the various death threats, of course, but she thinks that’s isolated to relatively few nutcases.”

What do you think, HollyMoms? Do you think she deserves protection and help?

And will it be possible for her to hide?!

– Ian Garland

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Posted at 12:17 AM on July 30, 2011  

I do not believe Casey killed her daughter. I do believe she knows more than she’s saying. Someone convinced her to hide her daughter’s death, probably for their own reasons. After she did that, she couldn’t talk about it without incriminating herself.
I do believe her grief drove her temporarily insane — and maybe she was a bit crazy before her daughter died.
I also believe people WANT to believe she killed her child and they WANT to hate her because the thought of children dying is so awful that people can’t cope with it. We need someone to blame and hate because it makes us feel safer.
None of the people hating her really know what happened. They believe what they want to believe.

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Posted at 11:59 AM on July 15, 2011  

She is uncaring and very selfish for doing this to her daughter. For goodness sakes they found the girl in a black bag in the woods.. wow, and she gets another chance. Why don’t we give all murders second chances then?

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Posted at 4:46 PM on July 12, 2011  

why is anyone going to help her out?!?! she had no remorse of killing her own child which everyone knows she did..shes a heartless person and should have to face her own consequences and hope baby caylee does get justice!!!!!!!!!

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Cayleigh Lorraine

Posted at 10:45 PM on July 12, 2011  

No one can prove she did it though. We all think she did, but there is NO proof. What if she really DIDN’T do it? That isn’t justice. There was reasonable doubt. She’s free, get over it. Caylee WILL get justice, one way or another, but it should be from God. NOT another murderer. She should rightfully get a new identity/start because she was pronounced NOT guilty. No matter what we think.

~Cayleigh Lorraine

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Posted at 3:38 PM on July 12, 2011  

I’d take that Dr.s offer if I were her. Somewhere there is a gun w/ a bullet in it just for her. No matter where she moves, no one will ever forget her face and what she did. Good luck, Ms. Anthony, street justice is a waiting.

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Posted at 3:25 PM on July 12, 2011  

I think she should get another start. It really doesn’t matter what we (the public) think she did. The courts said she didn’t. She was not convicted. Of course, I, think she DID do it, but the point is, she was NOT convicted. She shouldn’t be killed for something WE think she did do. God will get her if she did in fact do it.

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Posted at 3:20 PM on July 12, 2011  

Let her hire her own security, why should the public have to pay money to keep her safe. She is a convicted felon, so she should be treated by everyone else! Plus, why should she be given a new identity? If I were to interview her for a job, I would want to know that she was found guilty of lying to police about such a serious issue as her daughter disappearing! America need to move on and not pay any more attention to her and stop printing articles about her because she doesn’t deserve anyone’s attention or money!

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Posted at 2:27 PM on July 12, 2011  

shes a fukin Kat!!!!!!!!

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