Casey Anthony's attorney, Jose Baez, says the recent release of her video diaries was NOT intentional and he plans to go after whoever leaked the private videos.
Jose told Geraldo Rivera that the alleged invasion of privacy is "criminal."
Casey was acquitted of murder charges last summer and "should be able to go on with her life," Baez says, adding that he is extremely upset about all of this.
"I think this is outrageous that this is happening. I think it's criminal."
If he finds out who leaked the Casey Anthony video diaries (below), Jose says he plans to push officials to prosecute the alleged thief to the "fullest extent of the law."
An anonymous Twitterer posted what appear to be private video messages recorded by Casey Anthony in her Florida residence, where she is serving probation.
A second recording surfaced after the initial, longer release. Here's both: