Casey Anthony's secret address may be released on a subpoena
Attorneys for Zenaida Gonzalez, the woman suing Casey Anthony for defamation, filed a motion asking for Anthony's secret home address for a trial witness subpoena.
Gonzalez is suing Anthony, 25, for defamation, claiming her life was ruined after Anthony linked her to Caylee Anthony's disappearance in 2008.
Attorney Matt Morgan said they are also offering Anthony's lawyers the option to agree to accept a trial witness subpoena on her behalf.
The Orlando Sentinel reports a hearing on Gonzalez's motion for her address is set for March 23.
Gonzalez's attorneys said Thursday in a meeting called by Judge Lisa Munyon they didn't want to jeopardize Anthony's security by including her address on a subpoena.
But unless Anthony's attorneys agree to accept it on her behalf, they said they will need to serve her with it at her secret home.
Since Anthony is not required to attend civil trial, Gonzalez's team wants to subpoena her to be there and take the stand.
Munyon set a tentative trial period date of April 9 for the civil lawsuit.
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