Hello, thank you for bringing this to my attention. I am indeed the author of Angelina, I developed this font several years ago when I was doing a lot of lettering work for greeting card companies (I've done work for Hallmark, American Greetings, Papyrus...etc.)
You can see some of my hand-lettering and art samples here if you're interested: http://www.myartspace.com/artistInfo.do?populatinglist=home&subscriberid=p5sy38kea9xswe31
It's honestly named after the nickname my great Aunt Gladys called me as a kid. Not the famous "Jolie". : )
It got uploaded to DaFont.com without my knowledge, a friend of mine saw it there a year or two ago and told me about it. So I put in my information but I know that it doesn't show a copyright, I just didn't realize people were downloading it and using it.
I've gotten several requests this past year from all over the world and am now seeing it used quite often, and by big companies. So that prompted me to start my own font house. I'm currently building a font site (rocketdogfonts.com) so that I can sell the license to Angelina and my other dozens of fonts I've developed over years. Rocket Dog Fonts will be a branch of my graphic and web design studio, CoPilotCreative.com.
So while all that doesn't actually provide you "proof", I can assure you that this is my font. : ) Please feel free to contact me with any other questions. firstname.lastname@example.org
Kind Regards, Angie Durbin