The mother of a missing Florida toddler will likely be spending another night in jail, a bailbondsman said Monday.

Tony Padilla said Casey Anthony would "probably not" be released from the Orange County jail on Monday, because of concerns about proposed home confinement conditions.

Padilla flew to Florida Sunday with his uncle Leonard Padilla, a bounty hunter, to float Anthony's half-million dollar bond. Her 3-year-old daughter, Caylee, has been missing for more than two months.

"There's a reward out there; I'm not interested in the reward," Leonard Padilla told FOX News on Monday. "If the person that has the child contacts me, they can have the reward — I'm not law enforcement, I'm not interested in the prosecution or sending somebody to prison — my only interest, myself and my nephew, is to get that child back."

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The Padillas met with Casey Anthony's attorney on Monday morning. Casey Anthony's parents were turned away from a scheduled jailhouse visit with their daughter earlier in the day.

Anthony, 22, is charged with child neglect and lying to authorities about her daughter's disappearance on or around June 16.

"I feel that there is some humanity in that woman that would not allow her to kill that cute little girl," Leonard Padilla said. "I've just got to believe that."

He said her release from the Orange County jail can help give investigators more information as to the child's whereabouts.

"To be honest with you, we're using this as taking a shortcut," Leonard Padilla said. "We're not magic. Bounty hunters work off of leads, and the person that had Caylee, the person that had the child, the person that turned Caylee over to somebody is the mother."

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He said he isn’t afraid of her fleeing.

“We’re not letting her out of our eyesight,” he said.

Tony Padilla said he was drawn to the case as a father and thinks he and his uncle can help.

"The most important thing is getting Caylee home or finding what’s going on in the case," he told FOX News.

Leonard Padilla told MyFOXOrlando.com earlier that he was contacted by Anthony's attorney, Jose Baez, along with an undisclosed third party a week ago.

The Anthony family has also retained a spokesman named Larry Garrison, known for his work on other high-profile cases.

Garrison has interacted with the media about the disappearance in Aruba of Alabama teenager Natalee Holloway and about the arrest of John Mark Karr after he falsely confessed to the murder of Colorado beauty queen JonBenet Ramsey.

He is the president of a production company known as SilverCreek Entertainment and co-authored a book on Holloway.

The public and media will not have access to tapes or transcripts of the meeting between Casey Anthony and her parents on Thursday, when they met at the Orlando jail. An Orange County Sheriff's Office detective said all video of the visits between Anthony and her parents, George and Cindy Anthony, are being withheld "due to a criminal investigative exemption," according to MyFOXOrlando.com.

That exemption includes past video conferences and any future taped meetings.

A number of visits between Anthony and her family were canceled in recent weeks because several tapes of previous meetings had been released to the public and the media.

Police are investigating numerous theories about what happened to the child, including the possibility that she died accidentally, was killed or was kidnapped by a baby sitter, as Anthony has claimed.

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The Associated Press contributed to this report.