Anthony's address has been kept secret since a jury in Orlando acquitted her of first-degree murder, aggravated child abuse and aggravated manslaughter in the death of her 2-year-old daughter Caylee in 2008. Anthony was found guilty of four counts of giving false information to law enforcement officers.
She is currently on probation for unrelated fraud charges, the Orlando Sentinel reported..
Gonzalez is suing Anthony for defamation.
Anthony told authorities in 2008, before her daughter's body had been found, that Caylee had been last seen in the care of a nanny she identified as Zenaida Fernandez Gonzalez. Caylee's remains were subsequently found in a wooded area near their Orlando home.
Investigators determined the nanny didn't exist. Gonzalez's suit says investigators sought her out, and she lost her job and was kicked out of her apartment. Gonzalez says her daughters have received death threats.
Circuit Judge Lisa Munyon Thursday granted Gonzalez's lawyers access to Anthony's address so Anthony can be subpoenaed to attend a civil trial in the case.
Gonzalez's lawyers requested that Anthony give up her past addresses and any Twitter posts she may have made while in hiding.
Defense attorneys for Anthony have objected to those requests.