It’s not hard to feel sorry for Casey Anthony. It’s impossible.
When you hear that the woman who was definitely guilty (but not convicted) of aggravated manslaughter of a child is now filing for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, you’re probably thrilled.
Anthony does not deserve to have her nearly $800,000 in debt discharged, but maybe solace can be found in just knowing that she’s broke?
Civil attorney Charles Greene clarified that his client has “no contracts, no movie or book deals” in the works because she is not legally allowed to profit from revealing the details of her case. Continue reading “Casey Anthony: Bankrupt, Without A Book Deal or Profits From Lifetime Biopic”