Casey Anthony Blames Her Father for Daughter Caylee’s Death: ‘He Took Her from Me and He Went Away’

Casey Anthony is at last standing up — and finding fault for her girl’s passing solidly on her dad, George Anthony.

Anthony, presently 36, is telling her variant of occasions on Casey Anthony: Where Reality Lies, a three-section restricted series which starts streaming Nov. 29 on Peacock.

In the narrative, she plunks down for her most memorable on-camera interview. In 2008, Anthony turned out to be universally scandalous after the vanishing of her 2-year-old girl, Caylee.

A half year after the young lady disappeared, Caylee’s remaining parts were found in a lush region close to the family home.

Anthony was accused of homicide. During her 2011 preliminary, her lawful group said that Caylee had suffocated in the family pool.

She was scandalously cleared of homicide allegations on July 5, 2011 — however sentenced for four counts of giving bogus data to policing, which she served jail time.

During her broad meeting, Anthony drops a few stunners — and explains on charges that she had been physically manhandled by her dad, George, and her brother, Lee.

(The two men energetically denied her cases in court and have never been charged. They didn’t return Individuals’ directives for input.)

In the narrative, Anthony charges that her dad arranged Caylee’s suffocating to conceal that he might have been manhandling his granddaughter.

“I wasn’t feeling that extraordinary, and I needed to set down,” Anthony says regarding June 16, 2008, when Caylee was most recently seen. “I had her lay in bed with me.

“I was awoken by [my father] shaking me and asking me where Caylee was,” she proceeds.

“That didn’t seem OK. She could never at any point leave my room without telling me. I promptly began checking out the house. I head outside and I’m hoping to see where she could be.”

Anythony says she then saw George Anthony holding her girl. “He was remaining there with her,” she says. “She was drenching wet. He gave her to me. Said it was my issue. That I caused it.

Yet, he didn’t race to call 911 and he wasn’t attempting to revive her. I fell with her in my arms. She was weighty, and she was cold.”

“He takes her from me and he quickly relax his tone and says ‘It will be alright.’ I needed to trust him. He took her from me and he disappeared.” Anthony says she went to remain with her then sweetheart, Tony Lazzaro — yet didn’t let anybody know what had occurred. She says she wasn’t almost completely sure, hopefully not by mistake, that Caylee was dead.

“During the 31 days, I really accepted that Caylee was as yet alive,” she says. “My dad continued to let me know she was alright.

I needed to continue to adhere to his directions. He instructed me. I attempted to go about as should be expected as possible.”

When inquired as to whether she accepts that Caylee suffocated in the over the ground pool, Anthony said no. ”

There was no ladder…no way for her to shimmy up. It’s basically impossible to make sense of that, except if [George] put her in the pool to conceal what he did.”

In the meeting, Anthony makes a condemning allegation against her dad. “He’d put a cushion over my face and cover me to take me out,” she says.

“That happened a few times. I’m certain there were times where I was debilitated as a youngster where my body was limp and dormant.”

Anthony says that she stresses that her dad had continued on to mishandling Caylee. “That is my thought process about,” she says. “I wish consistently I had expressed something to somebody about something. Perhaps then things would be unique.” Casey Anthony: Where Reality Falsehoods will start spilling on Peacock on Nov. 29.