Casey Anthony is an accused murderer from Orlando, Florida. In 2008, authorities believe she killed her two-year-old, Caylee Marie...

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Go stock up on canned goods and tell your family members you love them. The Apocalypse is near.

Various items that once belonged to Casey Anthony - the Florida woman found not guilty of killing her daughter - are now for sale on a website that describes itself as a destination for "murderabilia."

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According to Eric Holler - the owner of SerialKillersInk(dot)net - the belongings up for auction were purchased at a garage sale run by Anthony's parents.

He is selling them for $800 per item.

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The parents of Casey Anthony, who was found not guilty of murder, held a yard sale to divest themselves of some of the late Caylee Anthony's belongings.

"When I pulled up, they were taking tarps off the items that were covered due to the rain," eyewitness Christina Werner said of the yard sale.

"I immediately noticed the two white canopies over the yard sale tables because they looked like the tents used in the search for Caylee Anthony."

The toddler was just two years old when she tragically died in 2008.

Werner said that she seemed to be the only customer who realized who the Mount Dora, Fla., home belonged to, or the significance of the items.

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Casey Anthony has agreed to pay $25,000 to settle a dispute in her bankruptcy case pertaining to the rights to sell her life story, documents show.

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In March, bankruptcy trustee Stephen Meininger filed a motion seeking permission to sell "the exclusive worldwide rights ... of Anthony's life story."

Meininger said Anthony's story is property and an asset that could be sold to pay the more than $790,000 that the accused child killer owes others.

Anthony's attorneys, meanwhile, have opposed this, claiming it creates a "slippery slope" with "dangerous repercussions far beyond the scope of this case."

In May, Meininger withdrew his motion. A joint-party filing indicated Meininger and Anthony's attorneys were discussing potential resolutions of the issue.

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The defamation lawsuits against Casey Anthony will proceed in federal court, a judge ruled, but this actually may be a small victory for the "Tot Mom."

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A bankruptcy judge ruled that the 27-year-old was too "destitute" for defamation suits against her to proceed in state court, which her team had argued.

Anthony's legal team wanted lawsuits by Zenaida Gonzalez and Roy Kronk to be handled federally in U.S. Bankruptcy Judge K. Rodney May's court.

That way he can decide whether the suits are dischargeable.

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Belvin Perry, the judge who presided over Casey Anthony's murder trial and subsequent acquittal, spoke about the case on NBC's Today this morning.

Affectionately dubbed the "Velvet Hammer" by tweeters, Perry said he felt believes there was sufficient evidence for a first-degree murder conviction.

"Justice has been served in the sense that the jury has spoken but justice will finally be served one day by the Judge of judges," Perry said on Today.

"And she's going to live, deal with this for the rest of her life."

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Nobody wants to pay for a Casey Anthony interview, but one man will pay her to never, ever do one. James Schober is offering $10K to buy her silence.

For the rest of her life.

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According to new court documents filed in Casey Anthony's bankruptcy case, she is almost $800K in the hole and has less than $1K to her name.

This is because no matter how much our country loves gossip and notorious figures, no one is willing to go there with Casey. Except James Schober.

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Forced out of hiding, Casey Anthony made her first public appearance in over a year in a half Monday when she arrived in federal bankruptcy court.

A rattled Anthony tried to hide her face today as she waded through a mob of photographers and reporters when she arrived at the Tampa courthouse:

The appearance - her first in public since she was acquitted of killing her young daughter Caylee in 2011 - is related to her recent bankruptcy filing.

Casey Anthony clung to a man who exited the car with her as celebrity news outlets clamored for photos and someone shouted, "Did you get away with murder?"

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The bankrupt Casey Anthony is slated to meet with creditors in Tampa, Fla.

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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.

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Casey Anthony as a bona fide adult film star?

Get ready for it, a new tabloid report says.

Casey Anthony Partying

Casey Anthony is bankrupt, no doubt about that, but is cash-strapped Tot Mom so desperate for cash that she's fielding requests from porn companies?

If you believe the National Enquirer is a reliable source of celebrity news, then expect to see Casey Anthony nude and streaming live before long!

Says an insider:

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Casey Anthony has largely remained in hiding since being released from jail in August 2011, but found some time to reflect on the beach recently.

In a rare interview with CBS 5 AZ, Anthony said her recent bankruptcy filing is another step toward closure, and “the key for me to move forward.”

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In one photo, Casey is seen sitting in a lounge chair in a tank top on a Florida beach reading a book; others show her celebrating with her legal team.

“She needs closure in this matter in order to move on with life,” her civil attorney Charles Greene told the site on behalf of his controversial client.

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