Deposition: Casey believes father drowned Caylee

Doctors' reports shed light onto what Casey thinks happened to Caylee

ORLANDO, Fla. – Judge Belvin Perry on Wednesday unsealed new never-before-seen depositions from doctors who conducted psychological evaluations of Casey Anthony.

Read depositions: Danziger I | Danziger II | Weitz I | Weitz II

The evaluations with Dr. Jeffrey Danziger and Dr. William Weitz revealed Anthony's most recent account of her being sexually abused as a child and her most recent description of what she says happened to her daughter, Caylee, whose body was found in December 2008.

Anthony was found not guilty of murder last year in the death of Caylee.

In the deposition, Anthony told Danziger she was repeatedly sexually molested by her father, George Anthony. But in his mental evaluation of Anthony six months before her trial, Danziger said that she exhibited no other signs typical of someone who had been sexually abused as a child. Danziger said Anthony had performed well in school, had no eating disorders.  The psychiatrist seemed skeptical of Anthony being abused and ruled Anthony had no mental health issues, according to the deposition.

The depositions also shed light on what Anthony said happened the day Caylee disappeared. According to the deposition, Anthony told Danziger she was awoken in June 2008 by her father, who entered her bedroom and shook her, saying Caylee was missing.

Although Anthony said she never saw Caylee's body in the family swimming pool, she believes Caylee drowned because she saw her father holding Caylee's body, according to the deposition.

Anthony told doctors that her father said, "I'll take care of it," then took Caylee's body away.  She told doctors that she never saw Caylee again, according to the deposition. Anthony also told the doctor she does not think it was an accident.

"I think he held her underwater, maybe was doing something to her and tried to cover it up" she told Danziger, referring to George.

In the depositions, Danziger seemed very apprehensive talking to prosecutors and sharing information that Casey Anthony disclosed because he felt uncomfortable accusing someone else of a crime.

Anthony also talked to doctors about Zenaida Gonzalez, the woman she said was her nanny and accused of abducting Caylee. In the depositions, her response combatted what her defense team told the jury in her murder trial. During the trial, Anthony's team said she made up the story about Gonzalez, but sixth months earlier, Anthony told psychiatrists that she used Gonzalez as a nanny, but Gonzalez just didn't kidnap Caylee.

Gonzalez is suing Anthony for defamation. The civil suit is scheduled to be in court in April.