Since her release from jail on July 17, Casey Anthony may no longer be living behind bars, but the Floridian remains prisoner to her past misdeeds.
She's so reviled and isolated, sources say she may leave the U.S.
Described by the Department of Corrections as "one of the most hated in America," she's broke, unemployed and estranged from her own family.
The public at large hasn't exactly been welcoming, either.
Now hiding in the Sunshine State, where she must serve a year of probation before being completely free, Anthony may leave the U.S. afterward.
A source says that Casey Anthony is already planning to take language classes because "she realizes she may have to live in another country."
Acquitted of murder in the death of her 2-year-old daughter Caylee, she has received dozens of angry letters and even some overt death threats.
"She would love to go out to meet friends and do public things and just live a normal life," says the source, "but she obviously knows she can’t."
Now seeing a grief counselor and a psychiatrist, Casey has "started to recognize her lies and what they did to people ... she has a lot of regrets."