Casey Anthony, the Florida woman who was famously acquitted of murder in 2011 in the death of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee, recently announced she planning to make a “racy” movie based on her life, where she will allegedly explain how Caylee died.
According to Newsweek, the film could be released next year and is tentatively named ‘As I Was Told.’ A source close to Anthony tells PEOPLE, “She’s very calculated. She wants to tell her side of the story. That’s her big plan: to finally, 11 years later, tell what happened. And she’s going to tell everything.”
The movie will include some extremely sexual scenes, to include how Casey became pregnant with her late daughter. The source stated that she’s using sex to get people to hear her story. “Casey is really smart. She knows what will get people to watch. She has to tell her side, but she knows what audiences want to see, which is sex. She’s not ashamed to talk about sex or own up to what she has done in the past. So is the movie going to be racy and explicit? Yes. But it won’t be gratuitous. It’s part of her story. She’s used to controversy,” the source said.
Caylee Anthony disappeared in 2008 and was missing for 31 days before Anthony’s mother, Cindy, reported it to authorities. A worldwide search for the missing toddler ensued shortly after; unfortunately uncovering the child’s remains in a wooded lot less than a quarter of a mile from the Anthony family home.
Described by a Florida Department of Corrections spokeswoman as “one of the most hated women in America,” Casey Anthony was charged with first-degree murder for the death of her then-2-year-old daughter. Her trial was a media circus, and according to Nielsen, 40 million viewers watched the testimony. Shockingly, Anthony was acquitted of murder and manslaughter charges in 2011.