"The mother yelled and screamed at her, called her a whore, said that she didn't believe it, and that was her perception of the mother's reaction and description to her," Weitz recalled Anthony telling him.
Anthony also discussed the circumstances surrounding her pregnancy with Caylee, though her story changed over time.
She told Danziger that she believed she was impregnated at a party where she only had two beers, but believed someone may have drugged her. Anthony said she "woke up unclothed bottom" and didn't remember anything that had happened. She said she did not know who Caylee's father was.
When speaking to Weitz, she told a similar story, but said she was unsure if Caylee's father was the possible rapist or her own father, George Anthony. DNA tests later ruled out George Anthony as Caylee's father.
Over the ensuing years, Casey Anthony named several people as possible fathers for Caylee, including her boyfriend at the time, a man she made up and a man she said had died.
Casey Anthony's relationship with her mother Cindy Anthony is mentioned several times in conversation with both psychiatrists, but the state of the relationship fluctuates.
In several cases, Cindy Anthony seems to be disconnected from her daughter's life.
"Cindy said in 2007 Casey might have had a miscarriage," Danziger said following conversations with Cindy and George Anthony. "Mother didn't learn about it till after the fact."
Danziger said Cindy Anthony told him that her son told her about the possible miscarriage.
When Anthony realized she was pregnant, she said her family did not even notice she was putting on weight for several months.
Eventually, Anthony did discuss the pregnancy with her mother and she told Weitz they had conversations about abortion, but he said Anthony "was very clear she never considered an abortion." He said she had also ruled out the possibility of putting Caylee up for adoption.
Weitz said the pregnancy became very meaningful to Anthony, especially when she realized she was having a daughter.
"I think that has something to do with the nature of her relationship with her own mother," Weitz said. "Having a daughter was important. It was significant to her. She said I loved her at first sight, and that child was the most meaningful part of my life for three years. That to me is important."