Casey Anthony belongings are being sold online by someone who acquired the items at a garage sale. On Jan. 14, The Inquisitr reported that Anthony's belongings include jeans and purses and are said to be "certified as authentic." The items are listed on a site called serialkillersink.net and are listed for about $800 a piece.
"I’m catering to supply and demand. I’m in this business to make a profit, like any other entrepreneur. I know there is a demand for items I sell. Of course I’m trying to profit, I’m running a business here. I’m not in the business of losing money," explained the site's owner, Eric Holler.
Some of Casey Anthony's belongings were purchased by people who attended the garage sale last year. One woman decided to take video of the ordeal because she was appalled that some of Caylee's things were being sold as well. Caylee is Casey Anthony's daughter whom she was accused of murdering -- but she infamously got off in the case.
Now people are debating Holler's morals, discussing if he should sell the clothes for money. Some believe it's completely wrong and she shouldn't profit off of a suspected killer and others see nothing wrong with him capitalizing on the story. What do you think?
Should Casey Anthony's belongings be sold? Is the problem really with Eric Holler or the person or people who actually purchase the items? Sound off in the comments below.
© Effie Orfanides 2014