Casey Anthony spotted ‘partying’ at several bars asking others to take shots with her: Report

Casey Anthony, who previously said she wasn’t the “wild child” people made her out to be, was apparently spotted over the weekend slamming back drinks and asking strangers to take shots with her.

DailyMail reports that Anthony was seen at O’Shea’s Irish Pub in Tampa with a group of friends, “partying pretty hard and asking people to take shots with her,” according to a source at the bar. She was also reportedly spotted at several other West Palm bars within the past few days, allegedly talking to numerous men.

Anthony told the outlet earlier this year that she turned down a reality television show because she wasn’t as wild as the public seemed to think.

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“I guess the life of Casey wasn’t good enough, and wanted to make me more wild to hype up the speculation of me and make what everyone has thought about me all along to be true,” Anthony said. “I am not the wild child that everyone characterizes me to be.”

As CrimeOnline previously reported, Anthony is considered “one of the most hated women in America,” according to 2011 Florida Department of Corrections statement. The nickname came after the masses blamed Anthony for the 2008 death of her daughter, Caylee.

For months in 2008, Anthony lied to police, claiming she left her little girl with a nanny who turned out to be fictional. Caylee’s remains were eventually found on December 11, 2008, buried near the Orlando home of Anthony’s parents. A jury, however, acquitted Anthony of murder in 2011.

Meanwhile, Anthony told DM she is seeking “normalcy” in her life, and hopes that one day the online trolls will stop impersonating her and threatening her, noting one particular account that reportedly made her scared for her life.

“I just want some sort of normalcy in my life. I get it..people will always hate me..but this profile could potentially cause me harm with the crap she posts.”

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[Feature Photo: Casey Anthony via AP/Red Huber]