Casey Anthony answers Texas EquuSearch's questions

Anthony breaks silence in EquuSearch case

ORLANDO, Fla. - Casey Anthony has submitted her responses on Friday to the two questions regarding her daughter, Caylee, in the EquuSearch case required by court order.

According to court documents,  Anthony admitted that she did not observe or hear her father, George Anthony, call 911 to report that he or she had discovered that her daughter had drowned in the swimming pool at her parents' house June 16, 2008.
But Anthony denied that she was aware EquuSearch was conducting searches for Caylee in September and October 2008.

Orange County Circuit Judge Lisa Munyon issued the order for her to speak out in the EquuSearch case Tuesday after a closed-door hearing.

Anthony's legal team had been arguing that forcing her to answer some questions could incriminate her as she appeals her conviction for lying to police.

Texas EquuSearch had searched for Caylee Anthony in 2008. Texas EquuSearch filed their lawsuit after Anthony's defense attorneys said Caylee drowned in their pool, leading them to believe Anthony knew her daughter was dead in 2008.

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