It’s been six years since Casey Anthony’s infamous murder trial was being covered by practically every media outlet on the planet. In 2011, the now 31-year-old was acquitted of the 2008 murder of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee.

Despite walking away from court as a free woman, she couldn’t quite do the same when it came to the rest of the world. Hundreds of people picketed Anthony’s central Florida home and it soon became an everyday struggle to maintain a professional or social life.

Now, all these years later, Anthony barely has a relationship with her parents — her defense team accused her father of molesting her when she was young and also pointed to them as culprits — and is living with one of her private investigators in South Florida.

We have not, however, seen the last of her.

According to the Orlando Sentinel, Anthony has been named in a number of rumors about a potential reality show alongside O.J. Simpson, who was also acquitted of a murder in a highly publicized case. It’s said the show would follow the two former defendants, showing viewers what it’s like to live after being at the center of a high-profile trial.

But when “Crime Watch Daily” caught up with Anthony’s parents, George and Cindy, they made sure to communicate they wouldn’t be behind a reality show. In fact, according to the Orlando Sentinel, they said they’d do everything to prevent it:

“Oh god. If it came down to that, I would [sue].”

George also said that should Anthony ever try to reconnect with himself or his wife, she has a lot of work to do:

“Stay away. Stay away from me. If she wants a relationship again with her mom, she’s got a lot of explaining to do, but I don’t want to hear it no more. I don’t want to see her.”

Clearly, their family dynamics are not in the greatest of place, but Cindy did have some advice for her daughter if she was watching the interview. She said:

“Casey, be true to yourself, start being honest with yourself, and own everything. Quit putting blame on everybody else.”

Cindy has previously claimed she believes her daughter is “mentally ill” — a sentiment she echoed with “Crime Watch Daily,” but she also believes Anthony suffers seizures and then does not remember what transpires during them.

The interview is set to elaborate on Anthony’s defense on how she believes Caylee died, as well as George’s suicide attempt, and one huge question: If Anthony’s mother believes she killed Caylee intentionally.

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