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Casey Anthony in court over $800,000 debts

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A Florida judge in the Casey Anthony’s bankruptcy case has approved an agreement between Anthony and her bankruptcy trustee on Wednesday.

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According to News13, the trustee in the case had initially thought about “selling Anthony’s life story to help pay off her [$800,000] debts to creditors.” However, Anthony did not agree with that proposal.

Both sides eventually reached an agreement. Now Anthony will pay $25,000 in the settlement, so she can regain control over her financial situation.

Can Casey Anthony really take back control of her life after being acquitted two years ago of murdering her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee?

Caylee went missing for six months in 2008, yet Anthony did not contact authorities to inform them of her child’s disappearance.

This could be why some people still believe she played a role in the death of her daughter.

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