Casey Wants Check; Interviewer Wants Lie Detector

July 22nd, 2011 by Staff

ORLANDO, Fla. — Since Casey Anthony was released from jail early Sunday morning, there have been numerous rumors of Casey sightings, but now a television producer who wants to offer her $1 million for an interview says he actually met with the woman.

Al Taylor told WESH 2 News Thursday he got a phone call early Tuesday morning. The voice on the other end told him to get to a certain hotel in the Palm Springs area for 15 minutes to meet Anthony.

“She let me in the room and she came over to me and said, ‘Where’s my check?’” Taylor said.

Taylor said he told Casey if she agrees to an interview, she’ll be given a $50,000 deposit first. The rest of the money would come after the interview, with one condition.

“The problem is you may just give really lame answers. A lie detector solves the problem. That way we can hook you up and say, ‘Did you kill your daughter?’” he said.

Casey’s criminal defense attorney, Jose Baez, says the meeting never happened.

Taylor provided WESH 2 News an email exchange between his production ompany and the Baez Law Firm last week, but Baez said he has since backed away from the offer.

“I was going to meet with the individual to hear the offer, but I am not going meet with him, I’ve changed my mind,” Baez said on national television Sunday.

If Casey does agree to talk, Taylor said he would sell the interview overseas for $2-3 million. He said media outlets in the United States are expected to boycott the interview.

“I have a guy who’s an expert on selling these things and he could sell it in Europe, Latin America and even Africa,” Taylor told WESH.
Taylor said he has another plan if Casey rejects his offer. He said he’s in touch with George and Cindy’s attorney about having them sit down for an interview.

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