On Saturday, Casey Anthony faced another legal proceeding, giving a videotaped deposition in a civil suit. A woman named Zenaida Gonzalez is suing Anthony for falsely naming her as Caylee's babysitter at the time the child disappeared.
During the video-conference deposition, Anthony wore "a Phillies cap, oversized Dolce & Gabbana glasses, and a white V-necked top," according to CNN.
She also wore a "what appeared to be a dark, black wig," said Matt Morgan, one of Gonzalez's attorneys, who speculated she may have changed her hairstyle or hair color since the trial.
Morgan described her to a Central Florida TV station as "deep breathing, nostrils flaring" and said, "She did not want to be there. Clearly annoyed, but composed, courteous, not rude."
Anthony declined to answer questions, invoking the Fifth Amendment. Her location was unknown, except that she was in Florida serving a year's probation for check fraud.
A videotape of the deposition could become public this week, CNN reported, if Gonzalez's attorneys seek a court ruling that Anthony must answer questions.
Why the Phillies cap? isn't likely to be among them.
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