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Apparently none of those big book or movie deals are coming through for Casey Anthony and this week she was forced to file bankruptcy in an attempt to get all those legal bills from around her neck. In the filing she says she has $1100 in assets. She owes about $500K in legal fees and another $200K to Florida as part of her criminal case and somehow owes the IRS almost $70K but I'm wondering what she did to earn enough to owe them that kind of money. Casey is the defendant in several lawsuits, but the good news for her is that two of her convictions were overturned. bad news is that she had already served the time. One interesting item on the bankruptcy filing is the money she owes to a scuba diving school for lessons.
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