Accused child killer Casey Anthony will appear in a Tampa courtroom to answer questions about her Chapter 7 bankruptcy petition, The Chicago Tribune reported March 4. Anthony will come out of hiding for the first time since she was acquitted of murdering her daughter, Caylee Anthony.
The unemployed Anthony must attend a creditors meeting at the Sam M. Gibbons United States Courthouse where she will be questioned by a bankruptcy trustee about her financial status. Casey Anthony’s creditors may also be given the chance to ask her question.
Casey claims she has been unemployed since standing trial for the murder of her two-year-old daughter Caylee Anthony. Casey Anthony and may be questioned about who has been supporting her financial since her acquittal, and whether she has plans to sell her story.
After being acquitted of murdering her two-year old daughter Caylee in 2011, Casey Anthony has been in hiding. ABC News reported on Jan. 27 that accused murder filed for bankruptcy claiming only $1,000 in assets and $500,000 in debts, which includes legal fees owed to Jose Baez who represented Anthony during her murder trial. The Chapter 7 bankruptcy petition also includes $68,540 owed to the IRS and $61,505 owed to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement for court costs.
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