Casey Anthony
Casey Anthony (L) talks with her attorney Dorothy Clay Sims during her sentencing hearing on charges of lying to a law enforcement officer at the Orange County Courthouse in Orlando, Florida, July 7, 2011. Getty Images/Joe Burbank-Pool

Casey Anthony’s parents sat for a new interview with Crime Watch Daily last month during which they spoke extensively about the 2008 killing of their 2-year-old granddaughter Caylee Anthony. A source reportedly still in contact with Casey Anthony claims the 31-year-old “rolled her eyes” at the responses given by her parents Cindy and George Anthony during the interview.

“Casey’s parents have always given these interviews,” one source close to Casey Anthony told People last week. “From day one, they have done this. And for what? Casey just rolled her eyes at the things they tell the media.”

The unnamed insider told the magazine that Casey Anthony, who was acquitted of killing her daughter in 2011, is “fine” with her current life without her estranged parents.

“Casey doesn’t wish them any ill will or anything,” a separate source who reportedly spoke with Anthony after the interview told People. “They’re her parents, she really does love them. But she doesn’t spend her time obsessing about what George and Cindy Anthony say about her — especially publicly. She has moved on.”

Cindy and George Anthony spoke with Crime Watch Daily last month about their granddaughter as well as the time before and following her disappearance. In addition to saying he doesn’t want to have a relationship with his daughter, George Anthony alleged that Casey Anthony knows what happened to the 2-year-old before her death.

“Casey knows what happened to Caylee. I feel that in my heart,” he said. “Do I feel that she took my granddaughter's life? I don’t want to believe that, but Casey is the one that can answer that question.”

He also asserted that his daughter should still be behind bars.

“I don't think she intentionally wanted to,” George Anthony said. “I don't think she intentionally wanted to, but she should, she should be in jail because of Caylee not being here.”

During her first interview since her 2011 release, Casey Anthony told the Associated Press in March that she’s “okay” with herself post-release from jail.

“I don’t give a s--- what anyone thinks about me, I never will,” she said. “I’m okay with myself, I sleep pretty good at night.”