Casey Anthony optimistic about starring in her own reality show: "The Kardashians sure made it big with so much hate!"

As a woman who arouses conflicting emotions, there is contention regarding the popularity of her upcoming reality show 'Casey Moving Forward.'


                            Casey Anthony optimistic about starring in her own reality show: "The Kardashians sure made it big with so much hate!"
Casey Anthony (Source : Getty Images)

Seven years after being acquitted in the case of murdering her two-year-old daughter Caylee in Orlando, Florida, Casey Anthony has announced her plans to be in a potential reality show loosely titled ‘Casey Moving Forward.’

The show is expected to document the notorious mom’s attempts to rebuild her life following her murder acquittal in 2011, reports Daily Mail.

Anthony’s daughter Caylee's skeletal remains were found in a trash bag near their family home in December 2008. During the trial she had changed her story multiple times over and even accused her father George of sexually abusing her.  As a woman who arouses conflicting emotions, there is contention regarding the popularity of her proposed reality show, especially considering the fact that just the announcement of the same has caused much internet outrage. 

The 32-year-old points to the royal family of reality shows, the Kardashians, and claims that if they can have the kind of success they do, despite the hate they receive, she is golden.

“My reality show will be a huge success!” says Anthony, who was branded as the most-hated mom in America during the six-week trial, wherein she was accused of murdering her daughter to get rid of parental responsibilities. 

Casey Anthony (R) leaves with her attorney Jose Baez from the Booking and Release Center at the Orange County Jail after she was acquitted of murdering her daughter Caylee Anthony on July 17, 2011 in Orlando, Florida. It was unknown where Casey Anthony was going after the release. (Getty Images)

She tweeted about the show, on which she reportedly has to take a call by February 2019, from a private account.

"A reality show would be awesome right now... I was approached about it, Still thinking... I have until February 2019 to decide. What do you think?" She asked her followers, adding, "I am degraded no matter what I do.. may as well live up to the names everyone has for me. I am more than positive it would be a hit, "Casey moving forward"…Thinking about it. The Kardashians sure made it big with so much hate... [sic]”

 

While her friends urged her online to go ahead with the project, with one telling her “For sure it'd be a hit. People who show hate will watch as well as the rest,” Anthony seemed to agree with the idea, replying, “The very ones that say they wouldn't watch my parents interviews are the very ones that talk about their every move in the interview. I can handle bad attention, and I know.. The privacy thing still has me thinking. But she added, 'My life is pretty weird, never a dull moment!' [sic]”

Until now, Anthony has lived more or less a low-key life, at the home of private investigator friend Pat McKenna, who also worked on her defense case in West Palm Beach, Florida. Now, however, she seems to have found love in bartender Antony Karagiannis, with whom her narrative could change from hated mother to one half of an OTP. It seems like their love story would be at the center of this show. 

 

Casey Anthony (R) 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. Casey Anthony had been accused of murdering her two-year-old daughter Caylee in 2008. (Getty Images)

Even as Anthony continues to gush about her reality show plans, her former friend Clint House, appeared on Reelz documentary titled ‘Casey Anthony: Her Friends Speak,’ where he said that she was in good spirits even after her daughter went missing.

"We were shocked and surprised that she could be out here doing what she had been doing that night, and meanwhile, her child is missing. It came as a big shock once we found out about it. But we just didn’t know," Fox News reports House as saying.