Rumor has it that Casey Anthony has resettled in southeastern Florida's Treasure Coast and she's already getting job offers and special -- yet unfriendly -- deals from the locals.
Anthony's whereabouts have been a mystery since she was acquitted of murdering her daughter, Caylee, in July. In recent days, however, reports indicate that the 25-year-old moved to Port St. Lucie or nearby Palm City.
The welcoming management of strip club Body Talk in Port St. Lucie put a message on the nudie bar's marquee saying "Hey Casey We Are Hiring," according to TV station WTSP.
It's a serious opportunity, said the manager, adding that Anthony seems to be qualified, perhaps a reference to infamous photos of her competing in a hot body contest while her daughter was allegedly missing.
A travel agent also has a standing offer for Anthony too, but it's because he's unhappy that she's supposedly surfaced in the area. Go With God Travel agent Brian Scheuble will book a free, one-way ticket to anywhere in the world for Anthony if she agrees not to return to Florida, according to The Orlando Sentinel.
As an alternate option, Scheuble told news outlets that if Anthony agreed to attend the March for Life rally in Washington, D.C. he'd pay for an airline ticket and hotel room.
Speculation over Anthony's new address shifted to Palm City following a Daily Beast article claiming that a church there is giving her sanctuary and that its pastor has become her spiritual counselor.
Cross Church pastor Steve Camp didn't confirm or deny that Anthony joined his flock, but the article's reporter said it was "conspicuous" that "no trespassing" signs ringed the property.
Mild demonstrations from opponents materialized near the church, according to WPTV, with people brandishing signs saying "Hide Your Kids." Passersby who support Anthony yelled from their cars that she's innocent, the station said.
Anthony, who was convicted separately of check fraud in Orlando, must live in Florida while she serves probation for a year.
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