Casey Anthony on the Run Again, Plans to Leave Country

Casey Anthony is on the run again according to the latest reports, which state that the acquitted mother has changed locations in Florida once again with plans to leave the country as soon as possible.

Anthony went into hiding after being acquitted on the charges of murdering her 2-year-old daughter, a case that garnered mass media attention and left Anthony with numerous death threats. Anthony has since been called out of hiding twice: the first for a fraudulent check charge, and the second more recently when Zenaida Gonzalez, her former nanny, filed a defamation suit.

"Casey absolutely flipped out when she found out that private investigators hired by Zenaida Gonzalez discovered where she was," a source told Radar Online. "Casey was extremely upset that she had been found because she had settled into a routine and felt safe in South Florida."

Anthony is required to stay in Florida for the time being due to the probation sentence that she serves for the fraudulent check charges. Now, she has relocated once again.

"Casey's lawyer advised her that she needed to move though and they worked together over the past two weeks to move yet again. Casey is hopeful that this will be the final move before her probation ends, at which time, she doesn't have to stay in Florida," the source revealed.

Unwilling to handle the pressure of frequently moving within the states and apparently unable to find security, another insider also reported a week earlier that Anthony may opt to leave the country altogether.

"Casey is counting the days until her probation ends. She has been researching countries that she could move to and Costa Rica is at the top of the list," the source told Radar.

Following the death of her daughter, the mother hopes to find a new life abroad once probation has ended.

"Casey wants to live in a warm tropical setting and the cost of living is extremely low in Costa Rica. She wants to put as much distance as possible from Florida. Costa Rica appeals to her because Americans are warmly embraced by the locals, and she feels this is the best place to start a new life," the confidant elaborated.