In a Casey Anthony bankruptcy update, Zenaida Gonzalez's lawyers asked U.S. Bankruptcy Judge K. Rodney May for an examination of the infamous Casey's finances, reported Orlando Sentinel, March 15. However, Anthony's attorneys claim Gonzalez's lawyers already had a chance to question Anthony about her finances and should not be allowed to do it again.
Anthony, 26, who was in hiding, showed her face in public, on March 4, after filing for bankruptcy in January. She explained her financial problems in a federal court in Tampa, Florida. "I don't pay rent, I don't pay utilities. I guess you could say I'm living free or off the kindness of others," she said. Gonzalez is suing Anthony for defamation, claiming her life was ruined after Casey lied to police that a nanny, with the same name, kidnapped her daughter in 2008.
In July 2011, Casey Anthony was found not guilty of murdering her daughter Caylee Anthony. The child's remains were found with duct tape over the child's mouth. Despite the not guilty verdict, many believe "Tot Mom," a named coined by attorney Nancy Grace, is indeed guilty. In addition to the many protests, some people have set up Facebook accounts to protest, such as Where is Casey Anthony Today? Don't let her slip into hiding!!!
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