- Anthony, 26, is trying to renege on $800,000 in debts – mostly stemming from the death of her daughter Caylee
- She expected multimillion- dollar deals for books, moves and TV shows, but the big offers never came
- Debts include $500,000 in attorney fees, $145,000 for the cost of the investigation into Caylee’s disappearance and $69,000 in back taxes
- Court papers say she is unemployed with no recent income
Casey Anthony is filing for bankruptcy and claims she has less than $1,100 to her name,
The 26-year-old expected to make millions off book deals, movies and TV shows after she was acquitted in 2011 of murder in the death of her daughter Caylee.
But those big-money contracts for her story never materialized and now she faces three lawsuits and owes nearly $800,000, mostly stemming from the criminal case against her.