Zenaida Gonzalez's attorneys file motion to force Casey Anthony to talk

Attorneys: Casey's video diaries prove she isn't hiding anymore

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ORLANDO, Fla. - Lawyers representing Zenaida Gonzalez filed a renewed motion on Tuesday that would force Casey Anthony to give another deposition.

Gonzalez is suing Anthony for defamation, claiming her life was ruined after Anthony linked her to Caylee Anthony's disappearance. Gonzalez's attorneys said Anthony is talking publically through her recently released video diaries and she should now have to talk under oath.

"Our focus is not on who released the video. Our focus is on the video has been released and therefore she's waived her Fifth Amendment privilege she's been claiming throughout the process with Zenaida," said Gonzalez's attorney Matt Morgan.

Morgan appeared on Issues with Jane Velez-Mitchell, saying he's asking a judge to force Anthony to do another video deposition now that web videos have gone viral.
"Judge, look, at this point she's releasing video diaries and if she's going to be speaking to the public at large we should have another deposition in the court of law and get answers," Morgan said.

Morgan also wants the initial deposition from October released, in which Anthony wore a disguise and used her Fifth Amendment rights about 60 times.

Anthony's lawyers claimed those recordings needed to be shielded from the public for her protection. But Morgan said the video diaries prove she's no longer in hiding. In them, she shows off a new look and a nose ring.

Anthony claims these private diaries were hacked from her computer, but Morgan said he doesn't believe that.

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