April 9th, 2013
08:51 PM ET

Bankruptcy trustee wants to sell Anthony's story

Who owns Casey Anthony's life story? That question is at the center of a court hearing in Florida tied to Casey Anthony's bankruptcy case.

Anthony, who was acquitted of murdering her daughter Caylee two years ago, claims she's hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt. And the trustee trying to recoup that money wants Anthony's most valuable asset - her story.

If she gets to keep any money from books, Casey Anthony could go from being in debt to rich.
But does the case add up?

David Mattingly is OutFront.

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