Our body language expert is of the opinion that Casey is sexually active right now as the trial progresses. This is assessed on the basis she has nothing to lose and maybe even something to gain because if she is sentenced to death and then reveals she is pregnant maybe that will save her from lethal injection or the electric chair. Outrageous of course impossible no sex is within her reach look she has nothing to lose, she is an extremely beautiful 25 year old by any ones standards and she has a fabulous sexy body. Look forget the round the clock CCTV cameras that are recording her every move that will not faze her one iota. She is a temptress and seducer and will be focusing on the men working for the Florida Department of Corrections. What have they to lose by having sex with Casey very little their job and maybe at maximum serving 6 to 12 months in jail on some charge that is trumped up by the DA or some prosecution attorney.
But here is the upside sex emotions for most men if approached by Casey would run rampant and they would for sure have sexual intercourse together! But what is likely to be an even bigger attraction than the sex is the money the man would get down the road. A film offer, TV appearances, a book deal and of course dozens of ‘tell all’ offers from gossip magazines, tabloids and gutter press. In other words millions of US dollars are up there for grabs. Plus for sure the lover will get all the sex verification action recorded on a cam phone or similar hand held digital device.
Bizarre once again sure – impossible never – possible for sure!
Watch Casey as the going gets tough – the sex gets going!Never mind that Casey Anthony is actually booked in the Orange County Jail, not a state Department of Corrections prison, which is reserved for convicted criminals. If you’re wondering how stuff like this able to make its way into Google News, see this article in which the following criteria are laid out for inclusion:
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