Celebrity look-a-likes can usually expect fans to stop them for a quick photograph, but this was not the case for Sammay Blackwell, 26, who bears a striking resemblance to Casey Anthony.

An Oklahoma Casey Anthony look-a-like, who could easily pass as a sister, close relative or Anthony herself, was mistakenly chased for miles by another driver who then crashed into Blackwell until she was rammed off the road.

The woman, seeking revenge, hit the back of the victim’s automobile with such might that it made the car flip two and a half times until it landed on the driver’s side.

Blackwell, a convenience store worker in Chouteau, Okla., first encountered her assaulter Shireen Nalley, when she entered the convenience store to purchase gas.

“You look like Casey Anthony,” said Nalley, disturbingly.

"She said that I was trying to hurt babies, I was killing babies and she was going to stop it before it happened again," the victim told a local Oklahoma TV station.


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Blackwell, who ironically has a daughter named Caylee, said that when her shift ended she got into her vehicle and as she backed out she noticed Nalley had waited for her in the parking lot and was staring directly at her.

“I could almost see the white in her eyes,” she said.

Reports say that Nalley began to follow Blackwell in a mini van and after several miles she drove into the back of the car, causing the accident.

“I said, ‘Oh my God, help me,” Blackwell said, “I just laid there playing dead.”

The Daily News reported that Police said drugs may have affected Nalley’s judgment and have arrested her on counts of assault and battery with a deadly weapon.

The incident happened just days after a Florida judge acquitted the real Anthony of the murder of Caylee, her two-year-old daughter and Anthony was released Sunday and is expected to conceal her widely recognized identity for her safety.