Updated:ORANGE COUNTY, Fla.,None —
Attorneys for Zenaida Gonzalez have filed a new motion in the civil suit against Casey Anthony.
Lawyers announced on Tuesday morning that they are once again asking the judge to force Casey to answer questions under oath.
A similar motion was previously denied, because the judge agreed Casey's safety would be compromised if the public found out what she looked like.
This renewed motion is a direct response to video diaries and photos that were posted online last week.
Casey's lawyers claim those videos were released without her permission, but Gonzalez's lawyers aren't buying that story.
"I think it was potentially a teaser, like a movie trailer,” said Gonzalez’a attorney Matt Morgan. “I think she wanted to see what kind of reaction the public would give her. There's a small sect that's in her corner.”
Lawyers are scheduled to have another hearing with the judge on this issue.
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