Casey Anthony advised to get plastic surgery after release from prison

Casey Anthony, who was acquitted of all charges having been accused of murdering her two-year-old daughter, is to be released from prison this Sunday. Her advisers are suggesting that she wears a good disguise when she is released. They have even suggested plastic surgery.

Upon her release, having served just under four years in prison, she will be taken to an undisclosed location and Casey Anthony, as we know her, may never be seen again. According to reports Anthony is refusing plastic surgery but her advisors believe she does not realize the hate and passion felt by the American public over this case.

An insider told the Chicago Sun Times that her life will be changed, in comparison to the party girl lifestyle she was used to before her incarceration.

They said the new plans will be "almost as if she was living in a witness protection-like program…There even have been discussions about cosmetic surgery, but Casey has rejected that out of hand."
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Since her acquittal Anthony's family, legal team and the jurors have all received death threats. Her parents have gone into hiding to avoid abuse, while one juror fled her home state.

The source told the Sun-Times "Casey really does not completely understand the depth of hatred out there…She's fully aware of the various death threats...but she thinks that's isolated to relatively few nut cases."

Anthony's troubles are not over yet. As soon as she's released from prison she will be served with a lawsuit from the search team, Texas Equusearch, who led the search for her two-year-old daughter. They hope to get $100,000 in compensation for time and resources wasted. Their teams continued to search even thought Anthony knew the toddler would never be recovered alive.

Tim Miller, founder of Equusearch "It certainly wasn’t fair to anybody that was involved and wasn’t fair to the families that really needed us," he told Fox News.

Miller said that in the summer of 2008 while they searched for Caylee he visited Casey's home. He said "She hugged us and kissed her on the cheek, and I said ‘I’m so sorry about what you’re going through right now,’ and she said ‘Well, thanks for being here right now. I know she’s alive out there somewhere so please bring her back.'”