The lead attorney for Casey Anthony is worried that the jury in her murder trial may view her as a lesbian, according to documents outlining a recent sidebar conversation.

The concerns center around pictures of Anthony dancing with another woman at club Fusian in 2008 after she reported her daughter, Caylee missing.

According to transcripts obtained by the Orlando Sentinel, Baez shared the concerns with Judge Belvin Perry during a sidebar, where attorneys meet with the judge to sort things out.

Prosecutor Frank George told Perry, "It is not our intent to beat the jury over the head with these pictures or make a big deal about them."

Baez responded, "I would just lay out for our argument that any photos that would implicate or insinuate in any way that my client is a lesbian through the dancing she is doing with this other woman ..."

Perry then cut him off, saying, "Have you been to nightclubs in the last three or four years?"

Baez said yes, but argued that since the average age of the jurors is over the age of 50, they may be offended by the pictures.

Perry decided to allow three pictures of Anthony to be admitted as evidence.

Anthony, 25, is charged with first-degree murder in the death of her daughter, Caylee, in the summer of 2008. Caylee was 2 years old when she was reported missing in July 2008. Her remains were found in a wooded area near her grandparents' home in December 2008.

The prosecution said Caylee was suffocated after duct tape was placed over her mouth. The defense contends she accidentally drowned in her grandparents' swimming pool.

If found guilty, Anthony could face the death penalty.

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