According to a report from Radar Online published Wednesday, boozed-up Casey Anthony offered “disturbing" dating advice to a dad about his daughter, telling the man he has to “get all ‘Godfather’” on potential boyfriends.
“You gotta get all ‘Godfather’ on them. You got to sit them down and basically let them know that you will kill them if they hurt your daughter,” Anthony told the dad, according to a source at Radar Online.
“You should let them know if anything happens to your daughter, their mother is going to receive a body part in the mail — a finger or a piece of skin with a tattoo on it so she knows it’s her son,” she added.
In October of 2008, Anthony was indicted on seven criminal counts, including first-degree murder of her two-year-old daughter, Caylee, whose dead remains were found two months later. “Two years later at a closely watched trial, prosecution alleged that Casey used chloroform on her daughter and suffocated her by putting duct tape over the little girl's mouth and nose. Casey's defense team presented a different theory: that Caylee accidentally drowned in the family's pool,” a CNN report recalled. “Ultimately, the jury acquitted the young mother of the most serious charges against her.”
Anthony was sentenced to four years in prison for lying to police, though she ultimately served less than two weeks behind bars post-sentencing.
According to the Radar, Anthony also vented about ex-boyfriends while tipping back hard ciders and beer at Backyard Bar. The 33-year-old claimed her neighbors told her a former boyfriend “would be parked in front of my house taking pictures.”
“Tell your daughters never date a cop. My ex was a cop, my father was a cop. They’re no good!” Anthony allegedly said.
She also told an undercover Radar reported that she hit one of her former boyfriends by mistake and it “felt good.”
“He came from behind and grabbed me, and I was so surprised I turned and punched him in the face. It felt good, I hate to say,” she allegedly said.
Earlier this week, The Blaze reported that Anthony has a film in the works surrounding the death of Caylee; the film will include “erotica” and legal aspects, the mother promised.
"Yes, I drank and carried on like nothing happened," she relayed to The Daily Mail, recalling the days following Caylee’s death. "The movie is called 'As I Was Told' because I'd done what I was told to do. I had to put on a fake persona throughout those 31 days [that Caylee's body was missing].”
"My life was in others' hands from the beginning to the end,” she insisted, adding, “I just feel my truth needs to be out of me," she told the outlet. "I need to close the book.”
"Regardless of what the media has depicted of me, I am not a monster," Anthony claimed. "I just don't show my sadness. A thing that was taught to me as a young girl."