Casey Anthony's father George Anthony made it clear that his daughter Casey will not be welcome home upon her release, reports Fox News.
Mr. Anthony has also joined a campaign for a law that would have made his daughter guilty for failing to report Caylee's disappearance or death.
More than 1.2 million people have signed a petition for Caylee's Law, which will make it a felony for a parent or guardian to not notify law enforcement of a child going missing within 24 hours. So far, 19 states have introduced the law. In California, two bills were introduced on Friday that would have put Casey Anthony in jail for 15 years.
Please take time to sign this petition for Caylee Marie, George Anthony, 62, wrote. This will assist other children.... I do not want to see another child go thru what Caylee endured...God Bless.
Mr. Anthony told a Washington Post blogger, This is a great legacy for my granddaughter. Other children still need assistance.
During the trial, George Anthony was accused by Casey Anthony's attorneys of molesting her as a child.
He was also asked of his suicide attempt in January 2009, and broke down as he described his emotional turmoil after learning that Caylee had died.
After the not guilty verdict was announced on July 5, George and Cindy Anthony left court early without approaching their daughter.
Following the verdict, Mark Lippman, the attorney of Cindy and George Anthony, issued a statement saying, While the family may never know what has happened to Caylee Marie Anthony, they now have closure for this chapter of their life. They will now begin the long process of rebuilding their lives, reported the Orlando Sentinel. Despite the baseless defense chosen by Casey Anthony, the family believes that the Jury made a fair decision based on the evidence presented, the testimony presented, the scientific information presented and the rules that were given to them by the Honorable Judge Perry to guide them.
The Anthony family believes that the jury made a fair decision based on the evidence, the scientific information and the testimony presented. The family hopes that they will be given the time by the media to reflect on this verdict and decide the best way to move forward privately, reported the Orlando Sentinel.
The family also wanted the public to know that if anyone wanted to honor Caylee by leaving stuffed animals or other toys at any area near their home, that they would prefer those items be donated in Caylee' s name to families in need, religious centers, or any other entity where the toys would be appreciated, said the newspaper.