Casey Anthony made her first public appearance Monday since being acquitted of murdering her two-year old daughter Caylee in 2011.
Early today, Anthony appeared at a federal bankruptcy hearing to face her creditors in Tampa, Fla., where she will likely be questioned as to how she has been supporting herself.
NBC station WESH in Orlando reported she filed for bankruptcy in late January, claiming $1,000 in assets and nearly $800,000 in debts, which includes the $500,000 she owes her former attorney Jose Baez.
Anyone who is owed money by Anthony can attend the hearing and ask her questions, WESH reported.
According to Charles Greene, one of Anthony's attorneys, she had been "living on the kindness of friends for the most part." Greene made his comments in late January to WESH after Anthony filed bankruptcy papers.
"There are people that believe in her that will see her through this ordeal," Greene said, adding that Anthony filed for bankruptcy to stop people from coming after her with lawsuits.
"She wants people to just leave her alone," Greene said. "She's had multiple opportunities to do tell-all book deals, to do tell-all interviews for a lot of money. That's not what she's trying to do. She wants this over so she can finally have the time to mourn, not only about the loss of her daughter, but the loss of her life."