Earlier this week, we reported that the infamous Casey Anthony had been involved in a bar fight in Florida with another woman who poured a drink on her leg as they fought over a mutual ex-boyfriend. Now, new details about this incident are coming to light.
Anthony reportedly told police officers that she keeps getting drinks thrown in her face at this Florida bar.
“It has been an ongoing issue for years,” Anthony told the officer who arrived at the scene on Sunday. “[Anthony said] she keeps getting drinks thrown in her face.”
A police report obtained by WPTV shows that police were called to a bar in West Palm Beach about a fight between two women over “an ex-boyfriend they were dating at the same time.” As the fight escalated, the other woman “spilled water on [Anthony’s] left leg.”
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Anthony declined to both file a restraining order against the woman and to press charges, saying that she just wanted the incident to be documented. The woman who spilled the drink has since been identified as Thelma Moya, who told Fox News that the argument actually had “zero to do with an ex-boyfriend.”
“That only reverts to how we originally met,” Moya said, adding that she and Anthony are “not friends.”
“It wasn’t just over an ex-boyfriend,” she continued. “There’s more to it I wish to not say.”
Anthony is seen as a controversial figure, as she was acquitted ten years ago in the murder of her 2 year-old daughter Caylee. Despite this, many feel that Anthony did indeed kill her daughter, and that she got away with murder.
Anthony was convicted in 2011 of four misdemeanor counts of lying to police during their investigation into the murder, but she was acquitted of all serious charges. She was sentenced to four years in jail, but ended up serving only a few weeks due to credit for time served. She was released in July of 2011, and was spotted drinking a Corona just hours later as she got on a private jet.
To this day, Anthony claims she has no idea how her daughter died.
“I don’t give a s— about what anyone thinks about, I never will,” she recently said. “I’m OK with myself; I sleep pretty good at night.”
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