Lawyers prosecuting a Florida mother charged with killing her 2-year old daughter will be able to present to the jury information about her MySpace postings and her tattoo.

Circuit Judge Belvin Perry in Orlando ruled Thursday that prosecutors can tell jurors about Casey Anthony's tattoo and as well as her postings on the social networking site during her trial set to begin in May. Anthony got the tattoo around the time her daughter went missing.

Anthony has pleaded not guilty in the death of her daughter Caylee and said a baby sitter kidnapped her daughter.

Her attorneys had argued the tattoo and her MySpace postings are irrelevant to the case. But prosecutors say they show her state of mind at the time Caylee disappeared.