The Teflon Victim: Casey Anthony Files for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Florida Owing Nearly $800,000 in Debt
This is just criminal … And once again Casey Anthony will skate on accountability.
Casey Anthony has filed Chapter 7 bankruptcy petition in Florida of which claims that she owes approximately $800,000 in debt to 80 creditors. Most of the incurred debt as per the court docs is owed to her defense attorneys, the same one’s who some how got her off of murder charges in the death of her daughter Caylee Anthony. A jury found her “not guilty as sin”. A Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing is meant to allow one to do away with most existing debts and make a fresh start financially. Isn’t this special, as if nothing had ever happened.
Casey Anthony, The Teflon victim
According to NBC News, Casey Anthony owes the following in debt as per her bankruptcy court filings:
Anthony’s bankruptcy filing said she had only $1,084; here are her main debts, according to the Sentinel report:
•About $500,000 to defense attorney Jose Baez
•$145,660.21: Orange County Sheriff’s Office
•$68,540: Internal Revenue Service
•$61,505: Florida Department of Law Enforcement
•$10,283.90: to the Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation
So what is going to happen when her bankruptcy petition is granted, her debt is voided and then she signs a $1 million contract for the movie deal? This nightmare just will not end.