ORLANDO, Fla. - A judge is forcing Casey Anthony to answer questions about what she did with audio recordings she made months after she was found not guilty of her daughter Caylee's death.
Anthony mentioned them in a video diary that leaked online in January.
Lawyers for Zenaida Gonzalez, who accused Casey of insinuating she kidnapped Caylee, asked for the recordings nine months ago.
On Tuesday, Casey's attorneys said the recordings have been destroyed. However, Gonzalez's lawyers said they were not so sure.
"I'm pretty good at asking questions that she doesn't anticipate. I'm pretty good at following up on something that doesn't pass the smell test. I'm going to burrow in pretty deeply," said Keith Mitnik, Gonzalez's attorney.
Casey's new deposition has not yet been scheduled.
When Casey was deposed last year, she refused to answer almost every question.
Her civil defamation trial is set for January.
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