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Casey Anthony 'open' to having more children, report says

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(Associated Press)

Seven years after she was acquitted for the murder of her young daughter, Casey Anthony reportedly says she's open to having more children.

FOX News reports someone close to Anthony, who is now 32, told People that she's thought about having more kids and doesn't care what anyone else thinks.

“She’s very good at living her life and to hell with what other people think,” the source told FOX News. “If she wants to have another kid, she’ll have another kid. She doesn’t care what you or I or anyone else thinks.”

Anthony was accused of killing her daughter Caylee after the 2-year-old disappeared on June 16, 2008. 

Police originally arrested Anthony on charges of child neglect and she told police Caylee had vanished while with a babysitter.

Caylee's body was found Dec. 11, 2008, nearly seven months later.

Anthony was found not guilty of first-degree murder after her 2011 trial in which prosecutors couldn't prove she had suffocated Caylee or even prove how the girl died.

According to the report, Anthony now works for and lives with Palm Beach County private detective Patrick McKenna, who was the lead investigator on her defense team.

In an interview with the Associated Press last year, Anthony spoke about the case for the first time since her acquittal, as well as her life now.

She said she knows much of the world still thinks she killed Caylee, but she maintains she doesn't know how the final hours of her daughter's life unfolded. Anthony said she sleeps well at night.

"I don't give a s*** about what anyone thinks of me, I don't care, I never will," Anthony said in the interview. "I'm ok with myself, I sleep... pretty good at night."