Casey Anthony Plots Disguise

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Casey Anthony (C) sits with her attorneys Cheney Mason (L) and Dorothy Clay Sims (R) before the start of her sentencing hearing on charges of lying to a law enforcement officer at the Orange County Courthouse July 7, 2011 in Orlando, Florida. Anthony was acquitted of murder charges on July 5, 2011 but will serve four, one-year sentences on her conviction of lying to a law enforcement officer. She will be credited for the nearly three-years of time served and good behavior and will be released July 13.

Casey Anthony is ready to begin a new life once outside of prison–a secret life in disguise so that her haters won’t recognize her. A source close to Anthony’s defense told the Chicago Sun-Times that even cosmetic surgery was discussed, but Casey allegedly does not want to go to that extreme. Anthony is allegedly planning to live in a secluded location where she will adopt a pseudonym, “almost as if she was living in a witness-protection-like program,” according to another source. Meanwhile, Florida prosecutors decided Tuesday not to press charges against Anthony's mother, Cindy Anthony, for criminal perjury after she initially told prosecutors that she did not conduct the search for chloroform and then testified at the trial that it was she and not her daughter who had researched the drug. A Florida sheriff also announced that investigators are looking into claims of witness tampering in the case.