Casey Anthony has spoken out for the first time since she was acquitted for the murder of her two-year-old daughter Caylee.

She broke her silence nearly nine years after her daughter's death.

Speaking exclusively to The Associated Press, Anthony described what she thinks her daughter -- who would have been 12 this year -- would be like if she were alive today.

"A total badass," she said. "I would like to think she would be listening to classic rock and playing sports and not taking s**t from anybody."

Anthony was acquitted for murder but was convicted of four counts of lying to police after telling officers Caylee had disappeared with a baby sitter.

"People lie to the cops every day, cops lie to people every day," Anthony said. "I'm just one of the unfortunate idiots who admitted that they lied."

She said she still doesn't know much about the final hours of Caylee's life. However, she said does not care what anyone else thinks of her.

"I'm OK with myself. I sleep pretty good at night," she said.

Anthony has been back in headlines recently, as she was spotted at an anti-Trump rally in West Palm Beach, Fla., in early February. Also, the judge in the case, Belvin Perry Jr., recently said he believes Anthony probably killed her daughter by accident but stands by the jury's decision to acquit her for murder, according to the Orlando Sentinel.

Anthony currently lives in West Palm Beach with Patrick McKenna, a private detective who was the lead investigator on her defense team.


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