Tot mom Casey Anthony's probation ends a week from today and she will be free to go on her merry way. Oh, wait, hold that thought, Casey! The civil trial, brought about by Zenaida Gonzalez, starts on August 28th. This trial stems from Casey giving her name as the nanny who took her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee, in 2008.
First of all, this trial is ridiculous. Ms. Gonzalez is just trying to cash in on her 15 minutes of fame, much like Roy Kronk. Casey never identified this particular Zenaida Gonzalez as the one who took her daughter. Of course, as everyone knows now, this was a complete fabrication, as was just about everything else Casey Anthony told police regarding her daughter's disappearance. But how can this woman sue Casey for "ruining her life?" By the time this woman was discovered, almost everything Casey had said had already been declared fictional. Yes, she may have used the name, she may even have somehow come across the signature card at Sawgrass Apartments to provide a link to this particular woman, but the physical description was nowhere near the reality of the woman's appearance and Casey was unable to identify her in a photo line up. So, really, unless she is the only Zenaida Gonzalez in the world, how does she have the right to sue? Or does that mean everyone who shares that name can attempt to collect money from the clearly disturbed Ms. Anthony?
Ms. Gonzalez, your name was cleared of any involvement with the Anthony family almost immediately after it was spoken. Your life was not ruined and your case is pointless. Talk about getting blood out of a turnip.