It's a story you'll only see here on news on six. Just days after Casey Anthony was acquitted in her daughter's murder, an Oklahoma mother says one woman's outrage over the verdict nearly cost her her life.
Sammay Blackwell says a crazed woman tried to kill her just because she thought Blackwell looked like Casey Anthony. It’s truly a harrowing tale of survival.
Sammay Blackwell hopes she never hears these words again, "You look like Casey Anthony.”
She doesn't think it's funny after what happened July 8th. Blackwell works at this convenience store and says Shireen Nalley came in that night around 10 and looked very suspicious, then left after buying gas.
Blackwell said, "I just couldn't keep my eyes off of her."
Sammay got off work at 10:30 that night and walked out to her car, which was parked on the other side of the building and got inside.
Blackwell said, "Began to back out and looked and I could tell she was staring directly at me, I could almost see the whites of her eyes. I proceeded to pull out of the parking lot and she was right behind me."
Blackwell drove a few miles and says Nalley suddenly rammed her van into the back of Blackwell's truck.
Blackwell said, "I said, 'Oh my God, help me.'"
She pulled into this parking lot to get away.
Blackwell said, "She hit me again, causing my vehicle to flip two and a half times, landing on the driver's side and I just laid there playing dead."
Blackwell's mother says she'll never forget her daughter's reaction.
The victim's mother, Debbie Smith, said, " I got to her, she was crying, she was shaking, she says, 'Mama, this lady thinks I'm Anthony Casey and she tried to kill me."
Police chased Nalley and finally arrested her for assault and battery with a deadly weapon. Nalley told police she was "trying to save the children."
Blackwell said, "She said that I was trying to hurt babies, I was killing babies and she was going to stop it before it happened again.....She could have taken me away from my family, my daughter."
And her daughter is also named Caylee -- the only thing Blackwell says she has in common with Casey Anthony.
Blackwell said, "I don't look that much like her, so what about people who actually do look like her and live closer to Florida, instead of Oklahoma, what's going to happen to those people?"
Police say Nalley seemed to be on drugs when they arrested her. She's in the Mayes County Jail on a $25,000 bond. Sammay Blackwell wants to get a restraining order against Nalley. And Scott -- Blackwell also says she's struggling with Nalley's car insurance right now and claims the company won't cover the damage if Nalley hit her on purpose.