Anthony Templet was sentenced to five years of probation with supervision after being found guilty of negligent homicide in March 2021.
The prosecution agreed that the young man in question had never had a life and deserved the chance to try to start one, and everyone involved in the case demonstrated exceptional empathy.
Because there were no details about either Anthony’s experiences or Burt’s behavior, it was initially assumed that Anthony had killed his father icily.
However, as more information came to light, public opinion began to change. He eventually found his biological mother, got some assistance, and had access to psychiatrists.
On December 19, 2019, he was granted release on a $50,000 bail with a few conditions including a strict curfew and constant wear of a GPS tracker.
The District Attorney’s Office and Anthony’s defense attorney decided to propose the boy a negligent homicide plea as more horrifying information came to light.
He pleaded no contest, and in early March 2021, he was sentenced to a five-year probationary term with credit for time served. Additionally, he was told to complete high school, go to counseling, and decide whether to enroll in full-time school or work.
Additionally, he received a five-year probationary term with no chance of release.
So, even though Anthony likes to avoid the spotlight, it’s unclear what he’s up to these days. He seems to be attempting to lead a typical life.
As far as is known, he is still residing in Louisiana and is attempting to rebuild his life without the interference of others. Now, all he needs is some direction and his future to succeed.
Feeling in charge of your life is crucial, Anthony said in the documentary. You lose your freedom in prison, and I came to understand that… I only want to be ordinary. I want to continue living my life, to be happy and content.