Anthony was acquitted of murdering her two-year-old daughter Caylee in July of 2011, but was still required to serve a year of supervised probation for a previous check fraud conviction.
Though she can now legally leave the undisclosed location where she has been living as a hermit for the past 13 months, her attorney, Charles Greene, says his client won't truly be free anywhere in the US.
Wherever Anthony ends up going, it won't be far: A civil suit brought against her by a woman claiming Anthony tried to frame her for Caylee's murder is set to start in January.
Anthony remains unemployed, but her lawyer suggested she may attempt to shore up her finances by selling her story. "There's things she wants to say, but they need to be on her time, her terms, her conditions," he told ABC News. "I hope that one day she says more."
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