Casey Anthony was spotted running in West Palm Beach, Fla., on Monday.
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The 29-year-old recently moved to the Florida city.
Casey Anthony was spotted in public for the first time in more than two years Monday.
The 29-year-old was photographed jogging in her new West Palm Beach, Fla., neighborhood, Monday, nearly four years after she was acquitted of killing her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee.
Anthony was pictured jogging in aviator sunglasses and a Notre Dame baseball cap Monday, a day after she was spotted running in a Mother’s Day 5K in nearby Lake Worth.
The Orlando native recently moved to West Palm Beach, local media reported.
The Monday run is one of the few times Anthony has been seen since a Florida jury acquitted her of first-degree murder in 2011. Little Caylee went missing in 2008, and her remains were found about six months after she vanished.
Prosecutors accused the notorious mom of suffocating the toddler with duct tape and dumping her body in Florida woods.
Prosecutors accused the notorious mom of suffocating her daughter, Caylee.
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Taci Bullis, Tina Barthlow and Julie Steele from Pittsburg, Pa. visit the Caylee Anthony memorial in July 2011.
Anthony was acquitted of murder charges.
A jury found her not guilty on both first-degree and manslaughter charges, but the Florida mom was sentenced to a four-year jail term for lying to police. She was released in July 2011, shortly after the trial, because she spent three years in jail before the murder trial.
Anthony has kept a low profile since the highly covered trial. The vilified mom has likely stayed out of the public eye for her safety: Throughout the trial and after she was acquitted, the Florida woman has faced death threats from those outraged with the verdict.
In December 2012, a woman who looked like Anthony was spotted dining at a Lake Worth restaurant, the Broward Palm-Beach New Times reported.
In 2013, the debt-ridden Anthony came out of hiding to appear at a bankruptcy hearing, marking the last time she was spotted in public.
Meanwhile, that same year, Anthony’s parents — little Caylee’s grandparents — held a garage sale to sell an assortment of toys that presumably belonged to the late toddler.
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