According to just-released transcripts, Casey Anthony reached out to a friend for help long before Caylee went missing.
Earlier today, the investigators in the Casey Anthony case released thousands of documents to the public. Included are transcripts of an interview with Anthony family friend Michelle Murphy, who voiced concern about Casey's mental state when she received a desperate call from her in March 2007 -- over a year before Caylee went missing.
"She called me and said that she was ... she needed somebody to talk to, that she was feeling crazy. She was thinking about getting herself committed," Murphy told lead detective Yuri Melich in January.
Not all of the documents slated to go public were released today.
Caylee Anthony's autopsy report has been temporarily blocked by the Anthonys because they argue it would cause them undue distress. A motion to continue to withhold the report will be heard by Judge Stan Strickland in the coming week.
Included in the discovery are transcripts from the Zanieda Gonzales defamation suit and a woman who claimed to have found a baby blanket in one of the many searches for Caylee, as well as Casey's employment history at Universal Studios. Anthony had told investigators she worked for the theme park as an event planner when in fact she had been fired in April of 2006.
Read the latest transcripts below: