Casey Anthony has been barred from her daughter's funeral, but she may still get to watch it on TV, the Orlando Sentinel reports. Jail officials haven't decided yet if she can watch Caylee's public service, bound to be telecast on the cable and local stations so inundated with news about the slain toddler.
Isolated from fellow inmates due to her notoriety, Anthony's main connection to the outside world is a transistor radio. She doesn't subscribe to a newspaper, and can't use the Internet. Her TV watching is limited to the hour she spends outside her cell, a time usually occupied by a shower. "She's not watching Nancy Grace," says a jail spokesman.