KISSIMMEE, Fla., Aug. 23 (UPI) -- Floridian Casey Anthony is working with her family to help find her daughter Caylee, who has been missing since June, her spokesman says.
The spokesman said the 22-year-old, who has been ordered to house confinement, has become an active participant in the search for the missing 3-year-old, WKMG-TV in Orlando reported Saturday.
Anthony was able to leave jail Tuesday, where she was awaiting a trial on child neglect charges, on a $500,000 bond. She has also been accused of attempting to disrupt the ongoing search for her daughter and offering false statements to authorities.
Family spokesman Larry Garrison has maintained Caylee was most likely the victim of a kidnapping.
The Orlando (Fla.) Sentinel reported Saturday that since her release, Anthony violated the curfew associated with her house arrest.
Orange County Corrections Department spokesman Allen Moore told the newspaper Anthony was late arriving home Friday after a meeting with her attorney, but was granted a one-time reprieve for the violation.
"We won't be doing this again," Moore said of the incident.