Casey Anthony became sick and had to leave a Florida court room early on Thursday after seeing for the first time skull photos of her 2-year old daughter Caylee which she is charged with murdering.

Judge Belvin Perry called an early recess of trial due to her illness. ABC News said it learned Casey was seeing the photos for the first time.

She began to wipe away tears and looked away after the presentation began.

Casey is on trial for first-degree murder and could face the death penalty if convicted of smothering Caylee with duct tape on June 16, 2008.

Casey's defense attorney has said Caylee drowned on June 16 at the home where Casey lived with her parents in Orlando, Florida. Caylee's skeleton was found six months later in woods near her home by meter reader Ray Kronk.

Caylee was not reported missing until 31 days after her death.

The front of the skull had duct tape and surrounding it were a white canvas bag, black plastic bag, a red Disney bag and a White blanked, testified Orange County crime scene investigator Jennifer Welch, according to ABC News.

On Wednesday, Lee Anthony, Casey's brother testified that the family computer had 84 searches for the word chloroform. Witnesses testified that there was evidence a large amount of the chemical in the trunk of Casey's car.

Her parents, George and Cindy Anthony, along with Caylee's grandparents left the room before they were shown, according to the report.

The scene in the photos was in a wooded area. A path to Caylee's remains was barely discernible amid vegetation.

In early testimony Cindy Anthony testified that a Pontiac Sunfire car belonging to Casey smelled like human decomposition as did father George Anthony.

The name of the case is State of Florida vs. Casey Marie Anthony, Case Number 48-2008-CF-015606-O. The venue is the Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial Circuit in and for Orange County, Florida.