Casey Anthony would be a 'good mom' if she decides to have another baby, says estranged mother

George and Cindy Anthony addressed the rumors that their daughter was considering having another child before her 'biological clock' runs out


                            Casey Anthony would be a 'good mom' if she decides to have another baby, says estranged mother

The mother of Casey Anthony, who was infamously acquitted after being accused of killing her two-year-old daughter Caylee in 2008, has revealed that she would be "happy" for her daughter if she decided to have another baby.

Casey's parents, during an interview with 'Dr Oz', insisted that she was a "good mom" to Caylee.

George and Cindy Anthony addressed the rumors that their estranged daughter was considering having another child before her "biological clock" runs out.

The couple, in a preview clip of the interview set to air on Thursday, explained why the 33-year-old would be a "better" mother this time around. 

"I think she was a good mom from the beginning period before all this stuff happened with Caylee," her father George said.

Casey's mother Cindy echoed her husband's sentiments saying she supports the idea of her becoming a mother again considering she finds "the right person" to settle down with, according to the Daily Mail.

Cindy and George Anthony, parents of Casey Anthony, are the first to leave the courtroom, with their attorney Mark Lippman, after their daughter was found not guilty in her 1st-degree murder trial, at the Orange County Courthouse July 5, 2011 in Orlando, Florida. (Getty Images)

"I think she was a good mom the first time. I'm not sure. I don't think those rumors are true. She just really didn't want to bring another child into this world because of the things that go on," Cindy said. "I don't think she'd have a child on her own. So unless she has someone in her life, that's what they want together, God bless them, and if that's what they want, I'll be happy for her."

Casey, who was branded the most-hated mom in America in 2017, had said that it was "unlikely" she would be "dumb enough to bring another kid into the world", but sources told People in September she was looking to "find some meaning in her life."

Cindy told Dr Oz that she believes Caylee's death was an accident. "I think she [Anthony] just panicked and I think it just snowballed into a big mess."

Casey's parents had previously revealed that they were not in touch with their daughter.

Casey, after a series of lengthy trials, was found not guilty of first-degree murder, aggravated child abuse, and aggravated manslaughter of a child.

However, she was found guilty of four misdemeanor counts of providing false information to a law enforcement officer.

With her due term served, she was released on July 17, 2011, and faced public outrage and media trials. The trials also destroyed Casey's relationship with her father after her defense attorney claimed he had sexually abused her from a young age. 

Casey Anthony reacts to being found not guilty on murder charges at the Orange County Courthouse on July 5, 2011 in Orlando, Florida. At left is her attorney Jose Baez. On the right is attorney Dorothy Clay Sims. Casey Anthony had been accused of murdering her two-year-old daughter Caylee in 2008. (Getty Images)

George, however, said that he still loves his daughter and issued a plea for her to "come home."

"I don't think that she would have to feel afraid to come back to the house, to our house, because she's been there," he told Dr Oz. 

"Come home. I would love to just get that hug and be able to talk to her just one more time. I wouldn't force her into saying something, I would want her just, there's something she wants to say to me, just say it to me from your heart. Just be that young lady or that young woman that I love, and I still do."

Casey moved to South Florida after the much-publicized murder case and works as a researcher with one of the private investigators who worked on her case.

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