It looks like Casey Anthony’s legal woes are over as she has emerged from the last of her lawsuits by winning a defamation case against her. Anthony, 32, has had a long road of public legal troubles, which ultimately found her innocent in the death of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee.

Anthony has been embattled in the defamation suit for the last eight years as a meter reader fought to clear his name. Roy Kronk, 57, filed the defamation suit against Anthony in 2011 after finding her daughter’s remains in a garbage bag.

While Kronk alerted police to his findings, he claims that Anthony and her legal team implied during their defense that he was the one that killed Caylee and hid her body. Anthony’s legal team argued that Kronk, as well as others, could have abducted Caylee and killed her.

Kronk, who testified in the Anthony trial, requested a jury for the defamation case. 

The judge in the defamation case ruled in favor of Anthony on Feb. 28, court documents provided by Radar Online show, saying that she was not responsible for any damages done to Kronk’s reputation as "she was on trial for her life."

“All that this record can prove is that Ms. Anthony acquiesced, perhaps blindly, to the defense crafted by her attorneys and to the extent she even knew what was going on, she did not fire them,” U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Roberta Colton wrote. “There is no evidence of an intent to cause Mr. Kronk injury.”

This is not the first defamation suit that Anthony has been involved in as a former nanny Zenaida Gonzalez also sued the mother. The nanny claimed that Anthony tried to place the blame on her for Caylee’s death. The judge in the case rejected the accusations in 2015.

Anthony was cleared of all wrongdoing in the defamation suit with Kronk as well as being found not guilty for first-degree murder and manslaughter charges for the 2008 death of her daughter, Caylee.