Bodycam footage shows Casey Anthony telling cops her ex-boyfriend is a cop in the middle of a bar fight
Body-camera footage has been released showing Casey Anthony complaining that she’s “still damp” after a drink is thrown at her in a bar by her romantic rival.
News of Anthony’s recent altercation with her “nemesis” Thelma Moya at O’Shea’s Irish Pub in West Palm Beach first appeared last week, but on Thursday TMZ obtained video recording her exchange with a police officer she had called to the scene.
“I’m still wet,” Anthony tells the responding officer at the start of the recording. “I got a drink thrown at me. This girl has been bugging me for a while now. I have her cellphone.’
Anthony mentions her rival’s full name and then begins by explaining the altercation.
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Newley released a body camera video showing Casey Anthony at a bar in West Palm Beach, Florida, filing a complaint with police after throwing a drink at her
Anthony, who says she’s “still damp” from the booze-throwing incident, accuses her romantic rival Thelma Moya (right) of attacking her in a jealous rage
Anthony, 34, claims she and Moya once dated the same man, who is a sergeant with the West Palm Beach Police Department
“She assaulted me verbally, but physically assaulted me with witnesses,” Anthony says. “I’m still damp from the drink she threw at me.”
When the officer insists on explaining the circumstances of the dispute, Anthony replies, “We dated the same person for a few years, Malcolm Allison…who is one of your sergeants.”
She continues: ‘Whether they’re together or not, she was angry that he had texted me. I let her know that he had. And she came in and threw me a drink.’
Malcolm Allison, Anthony and Moya’s former boyfriend, is in this 2010 photo when he was an officer.
Anthony complains that, despite her efforts not to make it a “big deal,” Moya has been “a problem” in her life for three years. She claims to have changed her phone number to prevent Moya from contacting her.
She then calls out Sergeant Allison’s name again and tells the officer he can confirm her account, but then says, “I don’t want him involved. He’s my ex, he’s her ex, that’s why this all happened.’
When the officer proposes Anthony to file a restraining order against Moya, she claims that until now she did not have enough evidence against her rival to justify filing such a warrant.
“That’s enough,” Anthony says, gesturing at her apparently soaked clothes.
But moments later, Anthony seems to have changed his mind and tells the officer, “I’m not trying to file a restraining order. I just want it to stop. And I know that a restraining order is only good for six months.’
The cop encourages Anthony to “follow up” her complaint against Moya, “so we can do something.”
In an interview with Fox news last week, Moya claimed the cause of the bar brawl with Anthony was not limited to their former romantic rivalry.
“It wasn’t just about an ex-boyfriend,” she said. “There’s more I don’t want to say.”
Anthony (left) is heard on a 911 call reporting that her rival threw a drink at her at O’Shea’s Irish Pub in West Palm Beach, Florida. Anthony is a regular at the bar and has been photographed there several times over the years. She is pictured above in 2019
Anthony called West Palm Beach police while at O’Shea’s Irish Pub, photo
In the recording of a 911 call that Anthony made after the bar incident and was previously obtained by TMZ, she says: “It was a repeat incident. It was harassment on top of the [thrown] drink,” she explains.
Anthony, who was acquitted ten years ago of the murder of her two-year-old daughter, Caylee, goes on to claim that the incident involved a verbal assault outside the bar followed by a drink-throwing inside.
“And I’d like to make an official report,” Anthony tells the dispatcher, “in case it happens again… so I can file a restraining order. It’s happened repeatedly, okay?’
The 1 minute and 34 second call ends with the dispatcher assuring Anthony that agents will be sent to the bar as soon as possible.
“Thank you very much, I appreciate that,” Anthony replies.
Anthony remained at the drinking establishment and spoke to the responding officer, but ultimately decided not to press charges against Moya, her spokesman said.
The couple’s feud was a long-standing feud over their mutual former lover.
Anthony, 34, said Moya has repeatedly harassed her. The two had once dated the same man
Anthony allegedly got into an argument with another woman over an ex the couple had dated. She is pictured here in 2016
At one point, Anthony was reportedly close friends with Moya, pictured. The pair appear to have argued over a friend who dated both women
Thelma Moya confirmed to DailyMail.com last week that she was the woman at O’Shea’s bar in West Palm Beach
Anthony (pictured in 2008) was branded the most hated mother in America during her six-week trial in 2011. Her daughter, Caylee, was reported missing in July 2008. The two-year-old hadn’t been seen by her mother for a while. month in which she was reported missing by her grandmother
Anthony was seen in the same West Palm Beach bar in 2018 and 2019.
She was branded the most hated mother in America during her six-week murder trial in 2011.
Her two-year-old daughter, Caylee, was reported missing in July 2008. Caylee hadn’t been seen by her mother for a month when she was eventually reported missing by her grandmother, Cindy.
The child’s skeletal remains were discovered in December in a wooded area near the Anthony family’s Florida home.
Casey changed her story several times before her sensational trial in 2011, sometimes suggesting that Caylee had drowned in the family’s swimming pool, appearing to imply her own father who she believes had molested her as a child.
Anthony’s two-year-old daughter, Caylee, was reported missing in July 2008. Caylee hadn’t been seen by her mother for a month when she was eventually reported missing by her grandmother, Cindy
George Anthony strongly denies any involvement in his granddaughter’s death and vehemently denies Casey’s allegations.
He believes she accidentally killed Caylee with chloroform, traces of which were found in Casey’s abandoned car during a police investigation.
Casey has insisted she has no idea how the toddler died, telling the Associated Press that she “don’t care” what people think of her and that she sleeps pretty well at night.”
She has since admitted to lying to the police, but described herself as “one of the unfortunate idiots who admitted they lied.”
Prosecutors had alleged she was a party animal who killed her daughter to live a carefree life without parental responsibility, but a jury found her not guilty.
Anthony was sentenced to four years in prison, but was released just weeks later, in July 2011, on credit for the time he had served.
She was acquitted of the child’s murder in 2011 and has been living the good life ever since, often seen enjoying happy hours at Florida bars.
Casey changed her story several times before her trial, sometimes suggesting that Caylee (left in a photo) drowned in the family’s pool and appeared to involve her father. George Anthony (pictured with wife Cindy) strongly denies any involvement in Caylee’s death