Posted tagged ‘Nancy Grace’

Did You Catch the Nancy Grace “Nip Slip”?

September 27, 2011

Thank god I didn’t! 🙂

During her Dancing with the Stars routine, Grace spilled out of her brown dress. After ABC quickly cut away to a shot of the audience, Grace readjusted her dress and hid her face in partner Tristan MacManus’ shoulder.

But according to Nancy Grace, it was just an optical illusion. Oh…OK…so that means it didn’t happen?

Right…

From Reuters:

If, indeed, Grace avoided a nipple slip, that appears to be news to “Dancing With the Stars” host Tom Bergeron, who cracked following the pair’s performance, “On the European version, that would be perfectly fine.”

Not only did Grace deny that a wardrobe malfunction occurred on Monday night’s “Dancing With the Stars” — she went on to suggest that she wasn’t aware that her wardrobe on the show so far has been particularly revealing.

“I didn’t even understand the joke last week,” Grace said, referring to a comment made by judge Bruno Tonioli. “He said, ‘Oh, you brought the twins?’ and I said ‘Yeah, they’re right over there.’ I didn’t even get it.”

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Casey Anthony: Living the Good Life?

August 9, 2011

It appears that Casey Anthony may be hiding out at the Southern California home of her former attorney, Todd Macaluso, this according to those who have stated that they have spotted her at the residence.

From WDBO:

HLN and several online tabloid reports claim that Casey may be hiding out in southern California.

Monday evening, Nancy Grace showed pictures of a mansion belonging to Anthony’s former attorney Todd Macaluso.  The home, a five-bed, five-bath, $5 million property, is located in Rancho Santa Fe, California. 

Neighbors say Casey is living in the mansion with two bodyguards.

Casey Anthony: $500,000 Offer From Hustler Magazine

July 29, 2011

Controversial Hustler Magazine publisher Larry Flynt has offered Casey Anthony $500,000 to pose nude in his adult magazine.

From CNN:

The pornography magnate told HLN’s “Nancy Grace” show on Thursday night that talks are ongoing that could land Anthony on the pages of his magazine, weeks after a Florida jury acquitted her of murder in her 2-year-old daughter Caylee’s death.

Anthony’s camp denied the report, dismissing it as “nonsense.”

But Flynt insisted he was serious about the offer, which he said would include $500,000 up front plus 10% of all profits. He said any payment that the Orlando woman might receive for interviews with media outlets would be “chicken feed” compared to what she’d receive by appearing in Hustler.

“If they want to get their hands on big money, they’ve got to go through me,” Flynt said.

Casey Anthony: Parents Speaking with Rascal Flatts?

July 25, 2011

As I country music fan I’m surprised that I missed this but it appears that country band Rascal Flatts recorded a song as a tribute for the Caylee Anthony entitled “She’s Going Places.”

The song played on Nancy Grace’s Headline News show on July 8.

From Examiner.com:

The lyrics of the emotional song, written by Rascal Flatts lead singer Gary LeVox and another singer Cledus T. Judd, say, ‘Just a baby barely two-years-old. A story that shouldn’t have to be told. See that little girl with big brown eyes. Stole our hearts and touched our lives…’

According to TMZ, a representative for the band is not sure whether a meeting will take place with the Anthonys or not.

Casey Anthony: George Anthony Suspicions Influenced Jury

July 12, 2011

According to the jury foreman, the jury was so suspicious of George Anthony that they believed he could be covering up a crime or even potentially could be a killer himself.

From ABC News:

“There was a suspicion of him,” the juror said. “That was a part of our conversation that we had.”

The jury foreman, juror No. 11, voiced his feelings about George Anthony during an interview on Fox News’ “On the Record with Greta van Susteren,” in which he was photographed from behind and would not reveal his name.

As with other jurors who have been interviewed, the foreman said the panel was unconvinced by the evidence that Casey Anthony, 25, murdered her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee — and was not even certain that a murder was committed.

“We don’t know the cause of death,” the juror said. “Everything was speculation.”

Casey Anthony Found NOT Guilty of First Degree Murder

July 5, 2011

We can no longer use the term “accused murderer” when referencing Casey Anthony.

After following this case for so long, we finally have a verdict and it comes as a surprise to me and I’m sure it will to most of you: NOT guilty…

I do want to clarify that the Not Guilty verdict is for the three main charges of first degree murder, aggravated child abuse and manslaughter. Anthony was found guilty for providing false information to police officers.

Before I continue, do you have any thoughts? I for one am somewhat speechless, but not completely surprised by today’s verdict. When you have a trial by jury, surprising verdicts can, and have come back.

Having sat on a jury numerous times, I know how difficult it is to come to a unanimous verdict and when there is ANY reasonable doubt, a jury can come to a verdict such as this. I just hope that following the verdict, there is no celebrating on the behalf of the defense. I know that there should be relief on their client’s end, but we must remember that a little girl died and there is no need for celebration…

The jury, which consisted of seven women and five men worked through much of the 4th of July weekend, hearing closing arguments Sunday and Monday morning and  began deliberating for six hours that afternoon. According to CNN, the jury deliberated for 10 hours, 40 minutes and 33 seconds before reaching a verdict. They also sat through a total of 33 days of testimony and two days of closing arguments.

Anthony had been charged with seven counts – first-degree murder, aggravated child abuse, aggravated manslaughter of a child and four counts of providing false information to a law-enforcement officer in her daughters disappearance and death back in 2008.

So what do you think?

Casey Anthony: A Little Thursday Afternoon Perjury?

June 24, 2011

Though Cindy has said that she left work early on the day of the computer searches, her testimony has many speculating that she’s perjuring herself to defend her daughter.

So…did Cindy Anthony lie on the stand to protect her daughter? That’s the question being asked by many today. What do you think? As a parent, would you do the same no matter how heinous the crime was?

From Time Magazine:

According to former prosecutor Nancy Grace, who appeared on Good Morning AmericaFriday morning, Cindy’s story could be easily dispelled by the state as they have listed her employer’s record keeper as a witness, who would presumably be able to determine if Cindy was in fact at work.

However, lying or not, Cindy has certainly proved a sympathetic witness for the defense’s case. She returned to the stand on Friday as the defense played home video footage of Caylee playing near the family pool wearing what appeared to be the shorts she was wearing when her body was found in December of 2008. (The defense is arguing that Caylee drowned accidentally and that Casey’s only crime was covering it up.) Cindy wept as she watched the footage of her granddaughter laughing, and noted that the video was from 2007.