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Originally posted 06/06/2012 06:15PM
Casey Anthony's getting a new look.
A week into the filming of the Lifetime movie Imperfect Justice, the role of the woman acquitted last year of murdering her 2-year-old daughter has been recast.
Canadian actress Holly DeVeaux has dropped out of the project, replaced by Virginia Welch, an actress who has starred in several independent films and commercials.
According to a source close to the production, the decision for DeVeaux to leave the production was mutual.
Originally posted 05/24/2012 07:00PM
Holly Deveaux, a little-known teenage Canadian actress, is about to portray one of the most controversial women in America when she takes the role of Casey Anthony in a TV movie
Is Deveaux ready for the attention?
"Definitely not," the 19-year-old acknowledges to ET Canada. "It's nerve-wracking to combat such a controversial issue as well, the outpouring of negativity for Casey Anthony is unlike anything we've seen in the media in years."
Originally posted 05/23/2012 06:30PM
Casey Anthony got some unwelcome news this week when her attorneys accepted a subpoena that will force her to take the stand in the civil case against her.
PEOPLE has learned that Anthony, 26, is angry that her required appearance will affect her plans to leave the country after her probation ends in August. She will now have to be available to testify.
"Casey was really hoping to leave Florida and never look back," explains a source close to her. "She was really ready to move on with her life. This has ruined everything."
Originally posted 05/21/2012 06:20PM
Ten months after she went into hiding, Casey Anthony has been found and now may have to face tough questions under oath in a courtroom.
Investigators have been waiting outside Anthony's residence in Florida for several days to serve her with a subpoena in a defamation action filed by a woman named Zenaida Gonzalez.
"Our investigation team had her whereabouts pinned down," says Gonzalez's attorney, Matt Morgan. "Their backs were against the wall, so her attorneys said that they would accept service on her behalf."
Originally posted 05/10/2012 01:35PM
Jose Baez, the attorney who represented Casey Anthony, has written a tell-all book about the trial – and says his controversial client won't make any money off of it.
The 352-page book, titled Presumed Guilty: Casey Anthony: The Inside Story, will hit bookstores in July – a year after Anthony was acquitted of murdering her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee.
"Casey will not financially benefit from this book in any way, shape or form," Baez tells PEOPLE. "This is my story, not hers."
Originally posted 05/04/2012 12:10PM
Rob Lowe is returning to Lifetime – this time to portray a lawyer in an upcoming TV movie about last summer's Casey Anthony trial.
The Parks and Recreation star, 48, who previously played Drew Peterson in the Lifetime movie Drew Peterson: Untouchable has been cast as prosecutor Jeff Ashton. The movie, tentatively titled Prosecuting Casey Anthony, will be based on Ashton's book about the case, Improper Justice: Prosecuting Casey Anthony.
Originally posted 01/11/2012 04:00PM
Two psychiatrists who spoke with Casey Anthony before her murder trial reported that she displayed no evidence of having a mental illness, according to deposition transcripts that were unsealed Wednesday.
During her psychological evaluations with Dr. Jeffrey Danziger and Dr. William Weitz, Anthony revealed that her daughter Caylee may have been conceived as the result of a date rape in October or November 2004, reports the Orlando Sentinel, the paper that requested to make the deposition public.
Originally posted 01/05/2012 07:25AM
Casey Anthony says it's weird being on camera, but that's not the weirdest thing about her just-surfaced video diary.
For the first time since her July acquittal of murdering her daughter Caylee, Anthony is speaking out and showing her face – in a personal video diary she says she recorded in October.
Sporting a new look, with a blonde bob and wearing black-framed glasses and a white tank top, Anthony, 25, talks about her life in probation – how happy she is to have a computer, phone and camera she can call her own. She also mentions that she has adopted a dog.
"It's just a little surreal how much things have changed since July, and how many things haven't changed," she says. "But the good thing is that things are starting to look up and things are starting to change in a good way. I just hope that things stay good and that they only get better."
Originally posted 11/15/2011 04:30PM
Casey Anthony was acquitted of murdering her 2-year-old daughter Caylee, but a new movie is set to examine the case through the eyes of a man who believes she escaped justice.
Lifetime is gearing up for a possible TV movie based on the new book Imperfect Justice, Prosecuting Casey Anthony by retired Florida prosecutor Jeff Ashton, Variety is reporting.
The film would tell the story of the three years Ashton and his team spent preparing and prosecuting the Florida woman in a high-profile case that left Ashton feeling Anthony got away with murder.
Originally posted 11/15/2011 07:30AM
Retired Florida prosecutor Jeff Ashton calls the trial arguments of Casey Anthony's defense team, which resulted in an acquittal for the accused murderer, "a complete crock of crap" in a new book published Tuesday.
"I've written a book to let people know the truth about the case from my perspective," Ashton tells the Orlando Sentinel of Imperfect Justice, Prosecuting Casey Anthony.
In the 322-page book, the paper reports, the lawyer writes that once her trial was underway Casey told two mental health professionals that her 2-year-old daughter Caylee had drowned in the family swimming pool – deliberately killed by Casey's father, George.
She also told the experts that her father molested her and she feared a similar fate awaited Caylee.
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