TV psychologist Dr. Phil made a $600,000 donation to a charity set up by Casey Anthony's parents in return for an interview with them last year—and some of that money went to support her, according to an upcoming report in People. The full report, titled "The Strange Lonely Life of Casey Anthony," will be released Thursday to mark the anniversary of Anthony's acquittal on charges of murdering her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee. And it also includes a detail about Caylee's ashes that might sound morbid to, well, most.
Anthony and her mother, Cindy, have reconciled, and now wear matching necklaces containing Caylee's ashes, the report says. "Casey told me it was the way the Anthony women would be together forever," a friend tells the magazine. Anthony has moved around Florida since her acquittal, and has now settled in West Palm Beach, where she spends most of her days online and has put on about 20 pounds, according to the People report. Anthony's parents' lawyer says the Caylee's Fund charity was dissolved last week, and the $100,000 left in it was distributed to three other foundations. (Read more Casey Anthony stories.)