ORLANDO, Fla. -- Casey Anthony is still unemployed and without income, but is taking part in classes or therapy of some kind, according to the report from her most recent probation check-in.
Florida Department of Corrections officials say Anthony met with her probation officer about 6:10 p.m. on Wednesday, her third such monthly meeting since beginning a year's probation.
Officials remain mum as to the location -- both where Anthony, 25, is living in Florida and where she meets with her probation officer -- but said that she remains in compliance.
After a high-profile first-degree murder trial, Anthony was acquitted in July of the most serious charges in the death of 2-year-old daughter Caylee Marie.
Soon after her release, the issue of a probation term ordered in a 2010 check-fraud conviction resurfaced. Anthony was ultimately ordered to serve one year's probation in that case.
According to corrections officials, Anthony told her probation officer that she has had no source of income within the last 30 days and remains unemployed.
However, for the first time since her probation began, Anthony indicated that she is taking classes -- though it remains unclear what type she is attending.
Anthony checked a box on her probation form indicating that she is attending "educational, vocational... mental health, drug, alcohol, therapy or self-improvement" classes.
The form says to circle "which one," but no circle appears on the copy released Thursday. However, the word "therapy," and possibly the area around it, were redacted from that report.
A DOC spokesman declined to comment specifically, but stated that the redaction was because of restrictions under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act.
Last month, Anthony said she consumed alcohol, but the most recent report indicates she hasn't this month. Both reports indicate she hasn't used drugs or had contact with law enforcement.
Corrections officials said no probation violations have been noted.
"Her probation officer continues to supervise her based on the conditions set forth by the court," the DOC said in a statement Thursday.
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