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Casey Anthony P.I.?
The onetime accused child-killer appears to have launched a private investigation firm in Florida, public records show.
Paperwork for a new company called “Case Research & Consulting Services LLC” was filed with the Florida Division of Corporation under Anthony’s name on Dec. 14.
The new venture, first reported by The Daily Mail, comes a few years after Anthony — who was acquitted of murder in the June 2008 death of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee — set up a photography business, which shuttered in 2018.
The 34-year-old was convicted of felony charges of lying to authorities in the high-profile case, meaning she can’t hold a PI license in Florida, according to the Mail.
She moved to West Palm Beach not long after an Orlando jury found her not guilty of killing her daughter in 2011.
Anthony reportedly moved in with Pat McKenna, a private investigator for her defense team, and later announced she’s working on a movie about her daughter’s mysterious death.
The West Palm Beach address listed for the gumshoe shop is associated with McKenna, who was the lead private investigator for Anthony’s defense team in the 2011 trial.
He was also an investigator for OJ Simpson’s defense team.
Filings show Anthony listed as the sole agent of the business, which is set to officially launch on Jan. 1.
She didn’t return a message Wednesday night.
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