Casey Anthony showed up to her monthly probation meeting yesterday evening and is living a typical American life: She has no money, no job, and she's been drinking, according to the Florida Department of Corrections.
As we've mentioned before, Anthony's terms of probation allow her to drink alcohol, but she's not allowed to "consume alcoholic beverages to the extent that your normal faculties are impaired."
According to the DOC, Anthony "says she did not drink to excess" and didn't do any illegal drugs either.
Although Anthony's terms of probation stipulate that she must "work diligently at a lawful occupation," she's not, even though she's been offered $500,000 to work for Larry Flynt.
The DOC says she's not attending vocational or educational classes either, so exactly WTF she's doing is anyone's guess.
"Currently, no violations have been noted," the DOC says. "Her probation officer continues to supervise her based on the conditions set forth by the court."
This month's update isn't too unlike the last -- she isn't doing squat -- but she apparently just added alcohol into the mix. Here's what the DOC said last month:
In accordance with her court orders, Offender Casey Anthony reported to probation at 6 p.m. on September 1st, 2011. She was cooperative and answered all the questions of her probation officer.
She reported that she is currently unemployed and that she has not attended educational or vocational classes. She has not earned any income in the last 30 days according to her statement.
She told her probation officer that she has not consumed alcoholic beverages, used or bought illegal drugs or controlled substances. She reported that she has not been arrested nor had any contact with law enforcement during the last month.
Currently, no violations have been noted. As her probation continues, as is done with all offenders, her probation officer will encourage offender Anthony to explore her options as it relates to employment.
You can find the conditions of her probation below:
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