May 13, 2009
Posted: 12:18 AM ET
By WESH 2’s reporter Bob Kealing
ORLANDO, Fla. - Orange County Jail officials are denying a report that Casey Anthony had to be restrained the day she found out the state was seeking the death penalty. A corrections spokesman confirmed that a woman who posted a report on a Web site was in Casey Anthony's pod in April when she learned the state was seeking the death penalty against her...
...The woman, identified as Teri Narsesian, 44, said Anthony was screaming and thrashing in the bed. At one point, Thomas said Anthony looked at her through tears and asked her for help.
Narsesian was in jail for three weeks in April on charges of violating her probation for a bed check charge.
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