Well, it's confirmed! The woman in the video diary that hit the web earlier today is definitely Casey Anthony, say her defense attorneys ... (Like we were actually unaware of that!) But they also claim the video's release was "unauthorized" and "inappropriate," and an investigation is underway to find out how it was "leaked." Sounds like he's gonna find whoever did it and give them a talking to!
Too bad the culprit behind the release was likely none other than ... Casey Anthony herself! Gasp!
Let's be real. Despite all the fun, shiny, flashy buttons you can click on the Internet, if you make a video diary intended for personal use ... it would remain in your sole possession! I don't buy that something like this, or celeb sex tapes for example, are so easily "leaked" or "hacked." More often than not, it's likely a PR stunt ... a way to grab the public's attention. It's hard to imagine that's not what happened here.
I think it's orchestrated with the intent to gauge public opinion for future opportunities, and I hope the public is aware of that and rejects anything that allows her to be paid or profit for future appearances ... This was designed to create a new image of Casey Anthony.
In other words, she's playing us for fools, America!! She's hoping we'll be enamored by her BS about getting her "life back on track," and think, "Isn't that swell?" and want to bring her back to center stage. In her delusion, I'm sure she thought releasing this video diary could bait Oprah to call! Or more publishers to offer a book deal! Maybe she can star in her very own Lifetime made-for-TV film -- or host her own show! Ugh! It's pathetic, twisted, and frightening. Hopefully, we aren't all dense enough to buy into whatever campaign the video diary was meant to kick off, and Casey Anthony falls back into oblivion ... which is more than she deserves.
Do you think the video diary was leaked by accident or do you think Casey was behind its release?
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