Depositions released Wednesday provide more insight on the Casey Anthony case and death of Caylee Anthony, including a finding from psychiatrists that she did not suffer from mental illness, details about her sexual abuse as a child by her father and brother and how Caylee was most likely conceived as a result of a date rape at a party.

The never-before-seen depositions from two psychiatrics, Jeff Danziger and William Weitz. who evaluated Anthony following her arrest for the murder of her 2-year-old daughter, were released Wednesday by a Florida judge.

Anthony does not suffer from mental illness

In the reports, both psychiatrists found no evidence that Anthony suffered from a mental illness.

In great detail, Danziger said she was in a good mood and showed no signs of guilt, a thought which was puzzling to him.

During a meeting with Anthony while she was in the Orange County jail on July 26, 2008, Danziger said in his notes that nothing seemed out of the ordinary, despite the fact her child was still missing, according to CF News 13. Anthony reportedly told him, My gut feeling is she is okay. You have an interpersonal connection. I can sense. I feel that she's close. My only focus is to have her home with our family. I know in my heart and my gut things are still okay.

Describing her as surprisingly cheerful but not manic, Danziger wrote:

Simply this is someone who is sitting in jail. Her child is missing, presumed dead. She's -- while she had not yet been charged with murder, obviously, she's charged with crimes and is being accused by the whole world in the disappearance of the child. You would expect that would provoke some measure of distress, whether someone genuinely did it, whether someone was falsely accused, I mean, it doesn't matter. If my child was missing and I was in jail and being accused of it, I probably wouldn't eat or wouldn't be cheerful and wouldn't been able to read, which Anthony reportedly was doing just fine.

Danzinger's later report, based on psychological tests in October 2010 of Casey Anthony, ruled the case would proceed based on her competence, calling the results entirely normal -- certainly no signs of exaggerations or amplification.

Anthony on how she got pregnant

The documents also reveal that she believes she became pregnant with Caylee during a date rape at a party in the fall of 2004. Anthony said she attended a party that fall, as a single woman, and was the victim of a spiked drink because she blacked out.

She believes .... that's when that she was impregnated, Weitz said in his report.

Got pregnant, had the baby. Took two beers, possibly given another drug. Woke up passed out unclothed bottom. Don't remember anything at a party. Age 18. This is how she became pregnant. [Did she tell you who the father was?] No. She said she didn't know.

Anthony initially believed her own father, George Anthony, impregnated her, but DNA testing disproved her accusations.

Anthony describes childhood sexual abuse

Anthony also spoke to the doctors about the sexual abuse she says she endured throughout her childhood from her father, George, and brother, Lee. She said her brother would molest her in the middle of the night from ages 12 to 15 and when she told her mother, Cindy Anthony, about it, she was called a whore. She said her father molested her from ages eight to 11 as well.

She described physical touching. She described physical touching and involvement all the way to sexual intercourse, Weitz said.

Anthony also said she believed her father was a threat to Caylee based on what he had done to her, and that made her uncomfortable.

It is the perception of Casey that her father had something to do with the death of her daughter, Weitz said in the reports. It's clear that she believes that George either harmed and/or took the life of [Caylee].

The death of Caylee Anthony

The death of Caylee was also revisited in the depositions, and Casey Anthony believes her child could not have died accidentally.

According to Anthony, the June 2008 drowning was not an accident because the pool ladder was too heavy. Instead, Anthony told Danziger the death was caused by her father.

I think he held her under water, maybe he was doing something to her and he tried to cover it up, Anthony said.

Anthony gave the following account to Danziger of the day her daughter went missing:

After 9 a.m., father woke me up. He's shaking me. She said she's usually a light sleeper, and she was wondering why she was up so late and why she had to be shook to be woken up. The day before was Father's Day. We were home the night before. He's screaming at me where's Caylee. She didn't recall Caylee leaving the bedroom with her. I looked all over the house, the garage, the yard. Last possible place an aboveground pool. I didn't see her in the pool. Then father had Caylee in his arms soaking wet. She then said that there's an aboveground pool. As far as she knows, there is a heavy ladder that wasn't attached but the ladder was attached at that moment.

George Anthony, then, yelled at Casey, according to her account, calling the incident her fault before saying, I'll take care of her.

According to her account in the deposition described to Danziger, George Anthony never told Casey what happened to Caylee after she was discovered.

Last July, Anthony was acquitted of murder against Caylee Anthony, in a globally publicized trial. She is currently serving a year of probation in Florida for check fraud.

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