Casey Anthony, the Florida mother who was acquitted last summer of killing her 2-year-old daughter Caylee, has showed up in what appears to be yet another video online.
This time, Anthony is sporting a different look from the videos that emerged earlier this week.
On the latest tape, she brags about her piercings, but says nothing about Caylee or her family. The clip was posted on Twitter, according to TMZ.
"I pierced my nose last night...Very excited," she said in the video.
Earlier this week, new and revealing photos showed Anthony in a crowded bar or restaurant.
The photos appeared on the website Radar Online a day after an Anthony video diarywas discovered on YouTube, thrusting Anthony back in the spotlight after six months of hiding out.
In one photo, a smiling Anthony is sitting on the floor of a bedroom with half-packed bags around her and apparently admiring a new pair of boots. Four of the others appear to be self-portraits taken on a computer and the last seems to be of Anthony standing in a crowded bar or restaurant.
Anthony was famously photographed in bars during the months that her daughter was dead and she hadn't told anyone.
When confronted about Caylee's disappearance, Anthony initially claimed that a phantom babysitter had stolen Caylee. At her trial, her lawyer said that Caylee drowned in the family pool.
Anthony sports a restyled short bob, transitioning from a brunette to a blonde in the photos and the video diary.
In her video diary, she spoke about her new pet dog, buying a computer and the optimism she feels about her future.
"The good thing is things are starting to look up and things are starting to change in a good way. Let's just hope they stay, that things stay good and that they only get better," she says before adding with a whisper, "They'll only get better."
Anthony's defense attorney Cheney Mason says that Anthony was not responsible for posting the video to YouTube, saying the material was mean to be private and part of counseling.
"Casey has been keeping notes and memoirs, particularly for her personal use for future counseling. This will help her remember her thought processes," Mason said in a statement. "She did not upload or publish this to YouTube. She does not know who did it. When they did it. Why they did it. It was not authorized, therefore it had to be obtained criminally by an illegal act."
Anthony's parents, George and Cindy Anthony, were also taken by surprise with the video's appearance.
"Cindy and George were made aware of the video diary of their daughter this morning, January 5, 2012," their attorney Mark Lippman said in a statement.
"They are concerned that the release of this video or any future videos could endanger their daughter," he wrote. "Cindy and George hope that Casey remains safe wherever she may be."
Cindy and George Anthony have a famously tense relationship with their daughter, a family drama that played out in public during Casey Anthony's murder trial.
The parents were divided regarding their daughter and what happened to their granddaughter Caylee.
Casey Anthony's defense attorney, Jose Baez, accused George Anthony of molesting Casey Anthony as a child and George Anthony said publicly that he was disappointed that she was acquitted. Cindy Anthony supported her daughter and was elated when she was acquitted.
ABC News' Dan Kloeffler contributed to this report.