Casey Anthony’s father had a blunt message for viewers in the last episode of ‘Casey Anthony: An American Murder Mystery.’ He says that Anthony frequently fed her daughter sleeping pills, and that a drug overdose was to blame for the toddler’s death.
He said the idea that the little girl had drowned was absolute ‘bulls**t’. He also said that he doesn’t speak to his daughter and they will never again have a relationship. On the other hand, Anthony’s mother was happy with the trial verdict and still speaks to her daughter.
“Caylee was always a very healthy child, a very healthy girl, but there were times that she would sleep for 10, 12, 13 hours at a time, makes no sense to me,” said George.
“When I would see her from one day to the next, it was totally different. I could see a difference with blackness underneath the eyes and stuff like that. A two-and-a-half, three-year old child would not have that unless something is going on.”
George then plainly stated: “I believe she gave her something. Yeah, that’s just my beliefs.”
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When asked what exactly, George said: ‘From what I understand it was street drugs and also illegal drugs, some of it was the Xanax-type thing.’
George was then asked by one of the producers on the show: ‘What is the street name for Xanax?’
‘Zannie,’ replied George.
Zannie was also the name of Casey’s alleged nanny, pointed out her former friend Clint House, who had been living with Casey’s boyfriend Tony Lazzaro at the time Caylee went missing.
‘A lot of people know that Zannie is the slang term for Xanax so as soon as I heard Zannie the Nanny, that’s what popped into my mind and I thought that she was using Xanax to babysit her child,’ revealed Clint.
‘Caylee was with Casey, I believe that Casey gave her something and Caylee didn’t wake up,’ said George.
He had little else to say about his daughter, and no desire to think about her, it appeared, when asked during the special.
‘She’s somewhere in Florida from what I understand, and whatever life she has I hope she makes something positive for it,’ said George, somewhat unconvincingly given his previous statements.
‘Am I ever going to speak to my daughter again? No, we’re done. Because when all this stuff happened I lost my daughter and my granddaughter, I lost them both.’
He then added: ‘Justice for me would be to have my daughter behind bars and to have her suffer like Caylee suffered.’