#ConversationStarter: #CaseyAnthony—After The Trial

Caylee Marie Anthony who was the two-year-old toddler at the center of the Anthony trial.

Once again the nation is abuzz about Casey Anthony after new video of the Florida mom surfaced.

In the summer of 2011, Anthony was found not guilty of murdering her two-year-old daughter Caylee.

This new video, filmed in October, is said to be part of Anthony’s therapy and was not intended for public consumption.

In the clip Anthony says this  is the first of many to be filmed.

There is no mention of her daughter, Caylee, in the video entry.

Watch Below.

The following is from HLN confirming the identity of the woman in the video.

Casey Anthony is indeed the woman on a new video circulating online, InSession’s Jean Casarez confirmed from Anthony’s attorney, Chaney Mason.

In a statement, Mason said “Casey has maintained notes and memoirs for her personal counseling. She did not upload or release this to YouTube. She doesn’t know how the video got on YouTube. She did not authorize it and therefore it had to be obtained illegally.”

Read the full article here.

So lets start a conversation.

Do you think the video was leaked by Anthony?

Was it leaked for monetary gain?

Other thoughts?

Comment below.

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Three Little Girls..Who Didn’t Go To The Police Academy.

Charlie's First Trio of Angels (L to R) Jaclyn Smith as Kelly Garrett, Farrah Fawcett as Jill Munroe, and Kate Jackson as Sabrina Duncan

Farrah Fawcett left after the first season to pursue a film career, although she did make special apperances in the show, Fawcett was replaced by Cheryl Ladd who played her little sister Kris Munroe for four seasons.

Once upon a time there were three little girls who went to the police academy. This was the mantra uttered by the late John Forthsye for five seasons on the hit 1976 ABC series, Charlie’s Angels, and thirty-five years later it is getting a reboot.

Model, Shelley Hack, replaced Jackson in 1979.

Charlie’s Angels a show about three beautiful girls who were given “hazardous duties” by their respective police departments (Los Angeles, San Francisco and Boston) only to be taken away by the illustrious millionaire, who is heard but never seen, Charlie Townsend.  The girls trade in their cop badges for detective trench coats throw in a comedic “uncle-like” foil by the name of John Bosley played by the late David Doyle .

The show leaped onto the big screen in 2000 with a new set of angels, Cameron Diaz, Lucy Liu and Drew Barrymore and was successful enough to spawn a sequel in 2003.

Barrymore is now producing the new television version along with Leonard Goldberg (who produced the original series with Aaron Spelling) for ABC.

Tanya Roberts would replace Hack in '81

According to the LATimes the girls won’t all come from the police academy which isn’t a stretch because Charlie’s last angel in the original series Julie Rogers (played by Tanya Roberts) came from “a top school for models.”

from the LATimes:

Like its predecessor in the ’70s, [the show] will follow three women who are “fearless detectives, head-turning beauties and close friends.” Set in Miami, the sun-soaked drama gives the characters a little edge in their backstories — thief, street racer, disgraced cop — and stars Minka Kelly (“Parenthood”), Rachael Taylor (“Grey’s Anatomy”), Annie Ilonzeh (“General Hospital”) and Ramon Rodriguez (“The Wire”) as Bosley. The elusive Charlie Townsend, their boss, is still presumably heard and not seen.

Note: Annie Ilonzeh makes history as Charlie’s first African-American angel.

Check out the promo for the new fall series below.

Josh’s Note: I have been a fan of the original series, since I was eight, thanks to reruns of show on TVLand. Cheryl Ladd’s Kris Munroe will always have my heart but I’m always open to new incarnations so here’s to much success Kate, Abby, and Eve. Also, I am a contributor to Townsend-Agency.com (a site that celebrates the series and supports the fight against cancer—a disease that has affected three of the 76′ series actresses).