Continuing their groundbreaking first interview since their daughter Casey was acquitted of murdering her 2-year-old daughter, more of George and Cindy Anthony's talk with Dr. Phil McGraw played out on the "Today" show this morning (September 14).
Despite her seemingly endless number of excuses for Casey's behavior in yesterday's clip, the couple's second aired sit-down made one thing perfectly clear - Cindy Anthony was furious with her daughter when she was first informed that Caylee had been missing for 31 days.
The rollercoaster ride continues, as Casey Anthony has been once again ordered to return to Orlando by Judge Belvin Perry.
It seems the 25-year-old must serve probation for a check fraud case unrelated to her murder acquittal last month. She has to be back in Florida by August 26th for one year, though her address may be kept confidential.
Despite an order that requires her to return to her Central Floria home by Thursday morning (August 4), Casey Anthony may not be returning to Orlando any time soon.
Back on Monday of this week, Judge Stan Strickland - who has since recused himself of the case - signed off on an order that would demand the 25-year-old to return to her former home to serve out one-year of supervised probation in a check-fraud case.