The bankrupt Casey Anthony is slated to meet with creditors in Tampa, Fla.
The reclusive, notorious accused child killer declared bankruptcy in January, saying she owes more than $792,000 with a savings of only about $1,000.
The filing came the same day a Florida court tossed two of the "Tot Mom's" convictions for lying to law enforcement officials during their murder investigation.
Anthony “is flat broke with no way of repaying debts," sources close to her say.
This is for obvious reasons: “She’ll never get a regular 9 to 5 job, and no legitimate book publisher or TV network will give her a deal for her story.”
There's always the Melissa King route ... tell us she hasn't thought about it.
In July '11, Casey Anthony was famously found not guilty on charges of first-degree murder, aggravated manslaughter and aggravated child abuse.
Her daughter, Caylee Anthony, was the victim.
It's unclear what meeting with her creditors will accomplish, but it's likely part of the formal proceedings as she seeks legal protection from her massive debt.