Well now we've got both sides of the story.
"So I went back downstairs. I told the driver I had no idea what was going on."
When asked if he had been flirting with the 36-year-old reality star, Stanulis said:
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You can't outrun your fate, girl. Not this time.
Casey Anthony has to be in Orlando by 10 a.m. tomorrow or her butt's back in the big house. Her lawyers desperate attempts to sway Judge Stan Strickland failed and now, she has to return to Florida to being her supervised probation stemming from her check-fraud charges.
Now, when Anthony's attorney, Jose Baez appeared on The Today Show this morning, he insisted there was an "issue of safety" if Casey went back to Orlando. He revealed that she and he were genienely concerned something might happen to her. That concern is about to get a whole lot more REAL as the Department of Corrections Orlando Intake Office says it "does not have the resources to provide extra security" for Casey when she returns. Same goes for the Orlando PD.
So basically, she's on her own.
Furthermore, if she decides to push her luck and fails to show up tomorrow she will be in violation of her current probation order. That's when the judge smacks his gavel, gives a wave and a bench warrant for her arrest is issued. And we don't think he'd have the slightest hesitation of doing it either.
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