Casey Anthony Admits Zenaida Gonzalez (AKA Zanny the Nanny) Didn't Exist
Is This True?
Lie After Lie:
Linda Kenny Baden, a former member of Casey Anthony's Defense team, told 48 Hours that Casey Anthony lied about "Zanny the Nanny."
If you've been following this case since the beginning, then you'll recall that Casey Anthony, who is now on trial for the murder of her 2-year-old daughter, accused a woman named Zenaida Gonzalez (AKA Zanny the Nanny) of kidnapping her child, Caylee Anthony, in 2008.
Police searched everywhere for the mysterious woman named Zenaida Gonzalez. They eventually found a Zenaida Gonzalez in Orlando, but after investigating her, they ruled her out as a suspect.
When presented with a photograph of the woman, Casey Anthony confirmed she wasn't the kidnapper.
Eventually, it became clear that Casey Anthony created a story about an imaginary babysitter/nanny. While in prison, she even told a fellow inmate (in a jailhouse letter) that "There was no Zenaida."
This shocking confession makes things very challenging for Defense attorneys, as Casey Anthony originally said she spent 31 days trying to track down Zenaida Gonzalez.
Now that Casey Anthony admitted "there was no Zenaida," how will she backtrack and explain her behavior and actions during the summer of 2008?
If Zanny the Nanny didn't take Caylee, who did? Who will the Defense team point their fingers at next?