Casey Anthony’s safety could be in jeopardy when she’s sprung from a Florida jail Sunday after being acquitted of murdering her 2-year-old daughter Caylee, one of her attorneys said in an interview on NBC's Today show.

Cheney Mason, her attorney, said he’s unsure where she’ll live post-release, adding she would need counseling to be better situated in society after being jailed for three years awaiting and during her highly publicized trial.

After the trial, Anthony’s relationship with her parents George and Cindy Anthony is pretty well burned,” Mason said after her defense team claimed George had molested her.

George Anthony has denied the claims, meanwhile corrections records show Casey refused a visit from her mother Cindy on Friday.