Casey Anthony has been receiving plenty of death threats since she was found not guilty of murder last week, but not everybody hates on her.
Support and sympathy from strangers has poured in, as has cash - her bank account is benefiting from financial contributors, People reports.
Sympathetic admirers, who need to reexamine their lives, have been sending Anthony letters of encouragement - and checks in the mail.
As of Thursday, the 25-year-old earned $472.18 from at least 17 different donors, according to Orange County Corrections Department records.
That's a drop in the bucket compared to the amounts she's going to be sued for imminently, but every little bit helps when you're flat broke.
Texas Equusearch, for one, is suing Casey Anthony for more than $100,000 to recoup the money they spent searching for Caylee Anthony.Since Casey was convicted of lying to law enforcement authorities four different times, the company certainly has grounds to go after her.
In any case, Anthony, who does not appear to know the donors, has spent some money and will keep the rest when she's released July 17.
Anthony bought deodorant, shampoo, toothpaste, eyeliner, hair ties, premium chicken breasts, peanuts and jalapeño cheese dip in prison.
The question remains: Who the HECK sends Casey Anthony money?
Safe to say Nancy Grace is not one of the donors, but this fellow is:
"I do not know Casey personally, nor am I supporting her as a person, nor am I anything like the people sending her love letters and asking her to marry them," one of her more generous donors, a guy in his late 20s, says.
"However, what I am supporting is the jury's decision to acquit based on lack of evidence failing to overcome the reasonable doubt standard."
Fair enough. But did the jury even get it right?