**FILE** This Aug. 21, 2008 file photo shows Casey Anthony, mother of missing toddler Caylee, being escorted from the Orange County Florida jail by her attorney Jose Baez, right, after posting a $500,000 bond in Orlando, Fla. Anthony tried to give her missing 3-year-old daughter up for adoption before she was born, but her mother wouldn't let her, according to legal documents that paint the 22-year-old Florida woman as a perplexed, scheming and unbalanced person who repeatedly defended obvious lies in police reports. (AP Photo/Reinhold Matay, file)
ORLANDO, Fla. - The mother of a missing Florida toddler is going free again.
Orange County officials say Casey Anthony posted $500,000 bond
for the second time and should leave jail by Friday morning. Three-year-old Caylee Anthony was reported missing in July from Orlando. She hadn't been seen for a month before her mother told authorities.
The mother is charged with child abuse and making false
statements to investigators. Detectives say they have evidence
showing her car's trunk had contained a decomposing body, likely
Her first bond was rescinded after new charges of check fraud
and theft were filed. An unidentified person posted her second
bond. Anthony's attorney has repeatedly said his client doesn't know
what happened to her daughter.