Casey Anthony Prosecutor Jeff Ashton Calls Ashley Madison Use 'an Unbelievable Act of Stupidity'

As a Florida prosecutor, Jeff Ashton stepped into the public eye when he prosecuted Casey Anthony in 2011. The high-profile case helped Ashton land a book deal – and he even wrote a bestselling book about the case. He was later elected as State Attorney.

Now, Ashton is in the public eye again – and he’s not too happy about it.

Love and Loss Dominate the Week's Top PEOPLE Stories

From wedding bells to wedding gowns, it was a week of new beginnings. But it wasn’t without its heartache, too.

The top stories on PEOPLE.com this past week included a surprise wedding and a surprise wedding dress, but also the loss of a truly beloved actor.

Below, check out the five stories that got the strongest reactions on PEOPLE.com this week. And let us know what you think of every story by clicking on the icons at the bottom.

Casey Anthony: Her Strange Life 3 Years Later

Three years ago this week, hundreds of protestors jeered outside the Orange County jail in Florida as Casey Anthony walked out the front door as a free woman.

They, like many across America, were outraged at Anthony’s acquittal of murder charges in the death of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee.

Over the past three years, there have been many questions about the now 28-year-old’s life. Here, PEOPLE answers some of them:

George Zimmerman Trial: Judge Considers More Charges

A judge on Thursday will rule on whether to allow the jury in the Trayvon Martin case to consider additional charges against defendant George Zimmerman – which would allow him to be convicted of lesser crimes if he is acquitted of murder.

Prosecutors are asking the judge to let the jury consider manslaughter and aggravated assault when they begin deliberations on Friday, USA Today reports.

Tori Spelling Made You Cheer, Casey Anthony Made You Jeer

Readers weighed in this week on many of our top stories. And we loved getting your great feedback.

From Jennifer Lawrence’s No. 1 fan back home, to the shock of Rhoda star Valerie Harper’s medical diagnosis, you made clear which of our stories sparked your strongest reactions.

See what got the responses, and remember to keep clicking on the emoticons at the bottom of every story to tell us what you think!

Casey Anthony Declares Bankruptcy, Reconciles with Her Dad

Casey Anthony is broke.

The Florida woman who was infamously acquitted of killing her daughter, Caylee, has filed for bankruptcy in Florida. In the bankruptcy petition, she lists assets of $1,084 and debts of $792,119.23. She says she has no income – but she also lists no expenses for rent and utilities.

In a phone interview with Adam Longo, a reporter for CBS affiliate KPHO in Phoenix, Anthony says the move was necessary. “This is the next step towards closure for me,” she said.

Rob Lowe Acquits Himself Nicely in Lifetime's Prosecuting Casey Anthony (Review)

When last we saw Rob Lowe in a Lifetime movie, he was playing murderer Drew Peterson with a sandy mustache that made him look like the world’s most dangerous park ranger.

Casey and Cindy Anthony Wear Caylee's Ashes Around their Necks

Almost a year after her acquittal in the death of her 2-year-old daughter Caylee, Casey Anthony is living life in seclusion, rarely venturing out for fear she will be recognized. But perhaps the strangest thing about her life now is the macabre memento that Anthony, 26, keeps around her neck.

Late last year Anthony reconciled with her mother Cindy, who recently sent Casey a gift – a necklace containing Caylee’s ashes.

Jose Baez Reveals Casey Anthony's 'Serious Mental Health Issues' in New Book

Casey Anthony’s lawyer Jose Baez says she lived in a “fantasy world” in his soon-to-be-released book.

Casey Anthony: 'I'm Ashamed of the Person I Was'

Pages