Book Of Lies in the making?
 WFTV-Channel 9’s Jeff Deal reported that Casey Anthony is countersuing Zenaida Fernandez-Gonzalez, the woman who says her life was ruined when Casey wrongly named her as baby sitter to missing toddler Caylee.

The Anthony camp counters that Gonzalez’s lawsuit was frivolous and an effort to cash in on the sensational case. The Anthony camp says Casey made truthful statements about another Zenaida Gonzalez and seeks more than $15,000 in damages. The office for Fernandez-Gonazalez’s lawyer, John Morgan, told WFTV that it would have a comment Monday.

WFTV’s Kathi Belich reported that Cindy Anthony, Caylee’s grandmother and Casey’s mother, plans to write a book. Cindy Anthony hasn’t started. Belich said: “No matter what happens in the end, she is expecting to write a book about the family’s ordeal.”

Sentinel Staff Writer


Anthony’s Casey attorneys have filed a counter-claim seeking money from Zenaida Gonzalez, calling Zenaida’s lawsuit an attempt to cash in on a high profile case. 

Zenaida Fernandez-Gonzales is the name of the mystery baby sitter Casey Anthony says took her daughter Caylee. In September, Eyewitness News broke the story that a Zenaida Fernandez- Gonzalez from Osceola County and her high-profile attorney, John Morgan, were suing Casey Anthony for defamation and infliction of emotional distress.

 ”Zenaida’s world has been turned upside down. She is in hiding. The mention of her name is red-flagged everywhere,” Morgan said.  Eyewitness News found out Friday that Casey Anthony’s lawyer has filed a counter claim calling Zenaida’s “a frivolous lawsuit which was filed for no other reason but to harass and embarrass” Casey Anthony. 

It also calls it an “attempt to cash in on a high-profile media case” and contends John Morgan’s firm did it to “generate publicity for their law firm.”

 The counter complaint goes on to claim Casey Anthony made truthful statements to investigators about a separate Zenaida Gonzalez and the woman suing her is not the mystery babysitter. Now, Casey Anthony is seeking damages in excess of $15,000 and to recoup court fees and attorney fees. Sentinel Staff Writer
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