Casey Anthony Fears Her ‘Biological Clock is Ticking’ and Wants to Have More Kids
Casey Anthony, who was acquitted after being charged with killing her daughter in 2008, reportedly wants to have more children as her youth fades away.
One of Anthony’s friends told People Magazine that she “feels like her biological clock is ticking” and wants to have more children to “find some meaning in her life.” The source maintains that Anthony has matured and is no longer the “young girl who everyone saw on trial” and now wants a lifestyle of “marriage, family, [and] the white picket fence.”
“In some ways, that’s very appealing to Casey. She’d want things to be less dysfunctional than the family she had growing up, but she likes the idea of stability,” the source said.
Anthony was eventually acquitted of murder charges on July 5, 2011 after being accused of killing her daughter. Her daughter went messing in the summer of 2008, and her remains were found near the Anthony family’s home. However, she was convicted on four counts of lying to law enforcement.
“If I am blessed enough to have another child — if I’d be dumb enough to bring another kid into this world knowing that there’d be a potential that some little snot-nosed kid would then say something mean to my kid — I don’t think I could live with that,” Anthony said to the Associated Press in 2017.
Anthony is a bona fide feminist icon, similar to the young woman in Ohio who was acquitted of murdering her baby earlier this month after she admitted to burying the remains in her backyard:
A young Ohio mother who prosecutors said killed and buried her unwanted newborn in her backyard just days after her senior prom was acquitted of murder Thursday. The remains were found about two months after she gave birth, buried in the backyard of her home where she lived with her parents in Carlisle, a village about 40 miles (64 kilometers) north of Cincinnati.
Brooke Skylar Richardson, now 20, began shaking and sobbing while a judge read the not guilty verdicts on aggravated murder, involuntary manslaughter and child endangerment charges. She had faced up to life in prison if she had been convicted on the most serious charge.
Prosecutors contended that the high school cheerleader wanted to keep her “perfect life” that included plans to begin classes at the University of Cincinnati. They said she hid her unwanted pregnancy and buried her baby in her family’s backyard in May 2017, just after her senior prom…
A forensic pathologist who testified for the prosecution concluded the baby died from “homicidal violence.” Prosecutors also said Richardson had searched on the internet for “how to get rid of a baby.” They played video for the jury of a police interview in which Richardson said the baby might have moved and made noises.
In the age of female empowerment, women have achieved total freedom from responsibility. Anthony is a living testament to the success of women’s liberation.