Casey Anthony Released From Jail: See Photos of Her Departure
Picketers with signs reading "Honk for Caylee" jeered as police on horseback tried to push back a crowd after a vehicle carrying Casey Anthony left from the Booking and Release Center at the Orange County Jail early Sunday morning. Casey, 25, was acquitted earlier this month of murdering her daughter Caylee Anthony in Orlando, Fla.
After three years behind bars, Casey walked out of the Orange County Jail in Orlando with her lawyer Jose Baez and ample security surrounding her.
While most members of the crowd took a public stance against Casey as she was released from prison, one bystander, identified as Tim Allen, had a sign reading "Casey Will You Marry Me."
While it remains unknown where Casey went after her release, speculation has been running wild.
One of her attorneys Cheney Mason told the Today show this morning that he's confident about Casey's safety, but would not divulge any clues about where she might be.
"She's gone, she's safe and elaborate plans had to be made to keep the people away from her," Mason explained. "Her life is going to be very difficult for a very long time as long as there are so many people of the lynch-mob mentality."
Baez told Fox News Channel late Sunday that his client "certain rights as an individual in this country."
"If she decides she wants to speak publicly about it, she'll make that decision," Baez said, reports Time magazine.