Bidding war brewing over rights to Casey Anthony's story

Trustee overseeing bankruptcy case wants to sell rights so she can pay debts

 UPDATED 9:34 AM HST Mar 18, 2013
TAMPA, Fla. -

The trustee overseeing Casey Anthony's bankruptcy case has filed a motion to sell the rights to her story so she can pay her debts.

In a motion filed Monday in federal court in Tampa, trustee Stephen Meininger asked Judge K. Rodney May for permission to sell the "exclusive worldwide rights" of Anthony's life story.

Anthony, who is now 26, was acquitted of murder in the death her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee.

Anthony has never told her side of the story, despite intense media scrutiny of the case.

During a meeting with creditors in her bankruptcy case March 4 in Tampa, Anthony said she was unemployed and hasn't received any money to tell her story.

A call to David Schrader, Anthony's bankruptcy attorney, was not immediately returned.

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