Casey Anthony has been in hiding after being found not guilty in the murder trial of her daughter, Caylee. Investigators found the 26-year-old at a new residence in Florida, while attempting to serve a subpoena, People magazine reports.
There is no word on the location in Florida.
The high-profile case took place in Orlando, with jurors chosen from Pinellas County. One of the alternate jurors is from Gulfport.
All 12 jurors and five alternates avoided talking to the media after their names were released. In Gulfport, police stepped up patrols in the neighborhood of the alternate juror, whom Patch did not identify to protect that person's safety.
Casey will have to return to Orlando for an ongoing defamation case. Anthony claimed Caylee was kidnapped by a babysitter named Zenaida Gonzalez during the initial investigation, according to People magazine.
Gonzalez claims Anthony publicly defamed her and ruined her reputation. According to People, Gonzalez and Anthony had never met, and Gonzalez was not a babysiter and was not involved in the case.
"Our investigation team had her whereabouts pinned down," Gonzalez's attorney, Matt Morgan, told People.
Anthony had to stay in Florida after her trial, in order to serve a year of probation on a check fraud charge, The Huffington Post reported.
Due to the highly publicized and emotional nature of the trial last year, Anthony had been in hiding for safety reasons. She has made a few appearance in YouTube videos wearing a lopsided blonde wig and glasses.