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Clint House is urging officers to "reopen" the investigation into Caylee Anthony's case after Casey Anthony made bombshell claims in new Peacock docuseries Casey Anthony: Where The Truth Lies, which he exclusively tells in Kontakt. "What justice will look like for Caylee is the retrial of the case, and that's what I'm calling for," House - who was living with Anthony's former boyfriend Tony Lazzaro at the time of Caylee's disappearance - told In Touch. "There are some serious allegations that need to be investigated." In the Peacock documentary, which premieres Tuesday, November 29, Anthony finally tells her side of the controversial story, trial and aftermath of her baby daughter's disappearance in 2008. Amid bombastic interviews and untold details that come to light arrive, Anthony claims on camera that her father, George Anthony, and her brother, Lee Anthony, abused her and young Caylee. "He put a pillow on my face and smothered me to make me unconscious," claims Anthony. "It happened several times. I'm sure there were times when I was incapacitated as a child where my body was limp and lifeless." In the docuseries, Anthony further alleges that George was responsible for Caylee's death and claims that her father was responsible for Caylee's drowning staged to cover up any signs of abuse. Both George and Lee have denied the abuse allegations, but House believes the allegations need to be investigated, he tells In Touch. George did not immediately respond to In Touch's previous request for comment on Anthony's claims about Caylee's death. "I didn't know anything about it," House tells In Touch of the allegations, revealing that he learned about the claims while participating in the docuseries. "And when they started planning everything, I had to cut the interview short." He recalls speaking to director Alexandra Dean about Anthony's claims against her father and brother, and telling In Touch that the filmmaker admitted to Anthony's side of the story to believe. "She shows all the hallmarks of a victim of sexual assault," House recalls from Dean's perspective. "It felt like a punch in my stomach," he continues. "It was very difficult to hear." Despite previous feelings surrounding Caylee's disappearance and death, House admits that when he learns of Casey's alleged abuse, he views the case differently. "If any of these allegations are true, and if what she says about George Anthony is true, then you have to think about the fact that Casey was abused by her father and then found the only person in the world who truly loved her Has. taken from her,” he says. "Then [she was] turned into the most hated person on the planet." House goes on to tell In Touch that he's not entirely sure how the case will be reopened, but is adamant that the allegations by Anthony warranted a closer look at the details. After a nearly two-month trial that spanned May through July 2011, Anthony was found not guilty of first-degree murder, aggravated child molestation and aggravated manslaughter of Caylee. However, the photographer was found guilty of four counts of providing false information to law enforcement and was sentenced to four years in prison. Anthony - who became a household name after their daughter's disappearance and later confirmed the death - ended up serving three years behind bars and a $4,000 fine for lying to the police. Casey Anthony: Where the Truth Lies premieres Tuesday, November 29 on Peacock.

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