Casey Anthony may already be America's most hated person, but the public may see an even more controversial side of the infamous Florida resident.
A media group is arguing for the release of a jailhouse video of Casey watching TV news reports indicating police found human remains in the woods.
Those remains turned out to be her missing daughter, 2-year-old Caylee.
Her reaction - doubled over, hyperventilating, asking for a sedative is striking, however, because the remains had not yet been identified as Caylee.
The tape was sealed by a judge in 2009, after he said it would be too inflammatory and prejudicial to a jury. It was never played at her murder trial.
Now that the trial is over - and Casey Anthony has been acquitted of murder - several media outlets believe the video should become public record.
Judge Belvin Perry is expected to rule on the matter this week.
Meanwhile, the 25-year-old Anthony - reportedly broke, reviled and alone since her acquittal - is doing "well" in therapy, according to a close source: "She hopes she will someday redeem herself and live a productive life." Good luck with that.