A new report by Florida's child welfare agency says Casey Anthony failed to protect her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee.
The Department of Children and Families on Thursday released
what it called a final report on Caylee's death. The report says Anthony failed to protect Caylee and that the failure interfered with the law enforcement investigation and efforts to find the child.
An agency spokesman says the report does not accuse Anthony of
killing her daughter.
A jury last month acquitted Anthony in Caylee's death. She was
released from jail and has dropped from public sight.
A judge last week ordered her to return to Florida to serve probation on unrelated check fraud charges. Her lawyers appealed and another judge is expected to rule this week whether Anthony must follow that order.
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