Casey Anthony Wants to Sell Her Life's Story

Jay Maxwell By Jay Maxwell, 20th Mar 2013 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Her lack of education is more than compensated for by her keenly developed moral bankruptcy. - Woody Allen

Casey Anthony's Nightmare

Tamara Lush reports for the Associated Press: Despite what one may think of Casey Anthony's parenting skills, she should still be allowed to earn a living. As long as it is in the realm of reason and does not violate any laws. We have corrupt politicians who write memoirs and get filthy rich all the time, although the majority of them does not need the money. It will extremely difficult for her to extract a living through traditional means due to her notoriety.

Is there a market for the sorted details of her life story? Well, this is a sick and perverse nation and no one knows for certain. But she has amassed quite a legal defense bill and her attorneys deserve to be compensated.

Anthony, who is now 26, was acquitted of murder in 2011 in the death her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee. Anthony has never told her version of the story, and we all know that it was no due to a lack of media coverage. It probably ranks among the most scrutinized stories during our era.

Miss Anthony has been said to have her back against the wall in part due to public outrage, and has no semblance of a normal life. According to reports she is forced to live in seclusion to prevent retalitory attacks. While she was acquitted in court, she is living in a prison without bars. Will she ever be liberated or will she be destined to live a life of condemnation through the annals of public opinion?

During a meeting with creditors in her bankruptcy case in Tampa on March 4, Anthony said she was unemployed and has not received any money to tell her story. She said that she is living with friends and that those friends — and strangers who send her gift cards and cash — help her survive

But Meininger, through his attorney, said he thinks that her story has value and should be auctioned off to the highest bidder. One man, Meininger wrote, has already offered to pay $10,000 for Anthony's life story so he can prevent her from publishing or profiting from it in the future. That is mighty big of him, but by today's standards ten thousand is no money. At this stage of the game, she has no choice but to milk it for all that it is worth.

Meininger points out that the man's offer is not contingent on Anthony's cooperation or participation. He is merely attempting to close the door on any opportunity that may emerge. Anthony's life story — including details about her childhood and the disappearance and death of Caylee — is referred to as "the Property" in the motion.

Some experts speculate that selling the story to the highest bidder is the best course of action. Assuming that she is not guilty, and knew who the killer was - that would be invaluable. Finally, one New York publisher said Monday that Anthony's story has the potential to be worth seven figures.


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