An Oklahoma woman says a crazed motorist chased her for miles and rammed her off the road after mistaking her for Casey Anthony.
Sammay Blackwell, 26, feared for her life when her car was hit from behind with such force it flipped two and a half times in the air, landing on the driver's side.
"I said, 'Oh my God, help me,'" Blackwell told local Oklahoma TV station News on 6.
"I just laid there playing dead."
The incident happened in Chouteau, Okla., on July 8, a few days after Anthony was acquitted in Florida of murdering her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee.
Blackwell says she was finishing up her shift at the convenience store when Shireen Nalley entered at about 10 p.m. to buy gas.
The customer chillingly told her: "You look like Casey Anthony."
"She said that I was trying to hurt babies, I was killing babies and she was going to stop it before it happened again," said Blackwell, who also has a daughter named Caylee.
Nalley left the store but waited outside until Blackwell's shift ended, and began to follow the convenience store worker in a minivan, according to reports.
"I got in my vehicle and began to back out and looked and could tell she was staring directly at me," Blackwell said.
"I could almost see the white in her eyes."
Nalley continued her pursuit for several miles to a parking lot, where she drove into Blackwell's car with such force it flipped over.
Nalley was arrested and charged with assault and battery with a deadly weapon.
Police said she may have been on drugs.
The real-life Anthony remains behind bars but is expected to be released Sunday.
She will likely disguise her identity for fear of reprisals