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George Anthony Denies Affair With Caylee Search Volunteer

Casey Anthony's father also took the stand today and was questioned about reports that he had an affair with a volunteer searcher named Krystal Holloway and once confessed to her that Caylee's disappearance was an "accident that snowballed out of control."

George Anthony denied ever saying that. He also denied ever having a romantic or intimate relationship with Holloway who also goes by the name River Cruz.

George Anthony laughed off the accusations, saying it was funny to him that the defense would think he had an affair. However, he attacked Holloway's character.

"I never had a romantic affair with Krystal Holloway or River Cruz…she has a questionable past…she is not a good person," George Anthony said.

He admitted to going to Holloway's home by himself. He said he was consoling her because she had revealed to him and his wife, Cindy Anthony, that she had a brain tumor.

"I felt as being a good guy or being someone who had come to know a lot of people…I became very connected to a lot of the [volunteers]…because she was giving of herself to me and my family to help with my granddaughter that's the least I can do to show her compassion," George Anthony said.

George Anthony said that he also sent a text message to Holloway and may have dropped off a letter at her home. He said that he didn't see anything wrong with his behavior and has nothing to hide.

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