Is it possible that the Casey Anthony life story may be coming to a book or movie theater near you? If the trustee overseeing her bankruptcy case has anything to do with it, the answer just might be yes.
Casey Anthony is currently having money trouble, and on Monday, it was revealed just how bad it really is. Anthony, who was found not guilty of murder in 2011, has yet to tell her own side of the story as to what allegedly happened with her daughter.
Now, trustee Stephen Meininger has asked the judge for permission to sell Anthony’s exclusive rights to her life story.
Because of how Anthony’s case was able to capture the fascination of an entire nation, Meininger believes that Casey’s life story truly has major value.
In fact, if you believe Meininger, he says that he already has a man willing to offer $10,000 for Casey Anthony’s life story. But there’s a twist—the man willing to pay that amount of money (and the man has yet to be revealed), would purchase the rights as a preventative measure.
In short, the man in question would buy Casey Anthony’s life story for the aforementioned price as a way to actually prevent Anthony from benefiting off her own story and murder case.