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Casey Anthony claims the video diaries that leaked online last week were stolen from her computer by a malicious hacker of unknown origin, reports say.

That's according to a probation officer at the Florida Department of Corrections, which is overseeing Casey's case. For check fraud. Not the murder thing.

The embattled 25-year-old made this claim during her recent meeting with her P.O., insisting someone illegally downloaded the clips off of her computer.

She then, unintentionally, returned to the public eye in this video:

A second diary surfaced a few days later, also cloaked in mystery.

Aside from the fact that it's Casey Anthony, the diaries themselves are mundane. As part of her therapy, presumably, she discusses her daily life nowadays, adopting a dog, having her nose pierced, getting a new phone and whatnot.

Nothing remotely embarrassing or even that interesting, frankly, but according to court documents, Casey's royally pissed the videos were stolen and her attorneys are openly promising they will come after the hacker if/when s/he is revealed.

We'd lay low if we were that person. Jose Baez doesn't lose.

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by Free Britney at

Plenty of questions surround the strange Casey Anthony video diary, which mysteriously surfaced online a day ago, but two things are crystal clear:

1. Everyone's talking about it, and 2. The whole thing is bizarre.

No one seems to know why Anthony would record the thing, but even more strange is the lack of information regarding its release and Casey's role in that.

It almost magically appeared in the Facebook ether without explanation, even by the person who posted it. Even that anonymous person pleads ignorance.

The video is taken in mirror image, thus making it harder to pinpoint her location, and the audio cuts in and out throughout, which may indicate editing.

Some think it was released by Casey Anthony, unintentionally or intentionally, only to be yanked offline quickly, but not before one person discovered it.

Others, chiefly Anthony's attorney Cheney Mason, feel her computer was broken into by a sophisticated hacker. Mason told the Today Show as much:

"If we find out who did it and how they did it, then they are going to be, I hope, answering to state and federal law enforcement agencies," he said.

Meanwhile, the original YouTube poster, who claims he didn't steal it, spoke to E! News about how he got his hands on it ... and is extremely vague.

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