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Casey Anthony, in an attempt to escape death threats in the U.S., plans to relocate to a Mexican beach villa paid for by her rich Californian lover, according to recent reports.
The man supposedly began courting Anthony following an exchange of flirty letters while she was in prison the Daily Mail reported. It was alleged that Anthony received $200,000 from the man for a fresh start.
Casey Anthony, who was acquitted of murdering her 2-year-old daughter Caylee on July 5, 2011, is currently serving her probation on a check fraud conviction in Orange County, Florida.
She plans to eventually become a Mexican citizen and move to the secluded beach property near La Paz on the Baja peninsula a source told the National Enquirer.
“Casey continues to receive death threats, and she’s finally realized there is no place in America where she can lead a safe, quiet life,” the source said.
The beach property is accessible only by plane and will offer Anthony an escape from the media and speculation that she murdered her daughter. According to reports, the ranch is situated on about five miles of beach and has its own airstrip.
Anthony has yet to cash in on the murder trial, however there are rumors that she is talking with several news stations regarding her first interview. Regardless the companies have been hesitant to appear to be “supporting” Anthony.
Casey Anthony had been convicted of felony check fraud for writing five checks for $644.25 dollars from a friend’s stolen checkbook. She had her first monthly probation visit in the year-long sentence last week.
Reports released from her probation officers said Anthony is currently unemployed and has not used any drugs or alcohol in the last month.
A judge is said to be deciding whether Anthony should be ordered to pay the $517,000 in costs for the investigation to find Caylee.
Casey Anthony was not present at the last hearing to determine whether she will have to repay the costs. She is reportedly living in an undisclosed location to protect her well-being from people angered at her acquittal.