Casey Anthony Files for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Protection


Two years ago, Casey Anthony was acquitted in the murder trial of her daughter Caylee, but she was convicted on four counts of lying to authorities. Two of those convictions were thrown out by a court in Friday, according to CNN. Anthony, 26, has now filed for bankruptcy, naming close to $800,000 in liabilities. Not long after the ruling from the appeals court, Anthony filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection in a federal court in Tampa. According to the court documents, Anthony claims that she owes over $800,000 to close to 80 creditors and that she does not have an income.