Caylee Anthony’s Belongings Sold In Yard Sale

    July 10, 2013
    Amanda Crum
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Caylee Anthony, the 2-year old whose mother went on trial–and was ultimately found not guilty–for her murder, left behind some belongings with her grandparents, George and Cindy Anthony. Those belongings–including toys, jewelry, and clothing–were laid out in a yard sale in Mount Dora, Florida over the weekend for anyone to buy.

Christina Werner happened to be driving by and stopped at the sale when something grabbed her attention.

“When I pulled up, they were taking tarps off the yard sale items that were covered due to the rain,” Werner told Radar Online. “I immediately noticed the two white canopies over the yard sale tables because they looked like the tents used in the search for Caylee.”

Werner bought several of the child’s items and says she seemed to be the only one who realized the significance of what was up for sale. Interestingly, the Anthonys allegedly argued in front of her about the price of some of the items, as George had marked them down without telling his wife and that upset her.

Casey Anthony has been in hiding somewhere in Florida since the end of her 2011 trial but has faced several legal battles in court; despite being found not guilty of her daughter’s murder, she was found guilty of providing false information to police and, after all her trial costs and the legal costs stemming from a defamation lawsuit, she is now $800,000 in debt. She has filed for bankruptcy and just reached a settlement agreement regarding the rights to her life story in which she’ll pay $25,000, though it’s not clear where she will get the money.

  • judy

    Why not donate them to an organization for the needy? Are they that hard up for money!!!! Pathetic!!! RIP Kaylee

    • Jenn

      I agree. What a disrespectful thing to do!

  • rauy kelly

    what a family I would have give then away to the needy. me personally I would have kept them

  • http://newbizshop.com derek

    What a shallow thing to do. I wouldn’t do that but then again, i’m not a money hog.

    How about donate the things to a church to give to kids that actually need these things. O well, poor kids still suffer and people make money.

  • Carol

    What a shallow thing to be worrying about in today’s world. Caylee was THEIR granddaughter, and it’s THEIR choice what to do with her belongings. And, yes, they may NEED the money; it’s impossible to know someone else’s financial situation. As far as I know, they DID NOT write a book. I’m sure this whole thing probably financially drained the grandparents.

  • Maggie

    I knew those parents were crazy when I heard them talk on TV interviews. I can see giving the toys to a children’s hospital, but making money off a dead child? Horrendous.

    • Law Abiding Citizen

      Very well said…

  • toni cooks

    them ppl are so sad they knew that Casey killed Caylee not by a mistake on purpose she could have gave the little girl up for adoption I dont support nothing that those ppl do.Because justice wasnt served anyways!!1

    • Mark

      You know who should really be in jailed? Your English teacher!

      • Pookiebear

        Your english teacher should be in JAIL as well. Not jailed!

        • Mark

          Yeah . . . saw that after I posted. My English teacher at least needs a warning for not teaching me how to proofread properly.

  • Renee

    The Anthony’s have been through enough, let them move on with their lives!!!! The reporter is desperate for another story or selling one!!!! if the Anthony’s were in Mount Dora, how could she have recognized the house? didn’t they live in Orlando? sounds like reporter is harassing. videoing and taping them!!!! what is wrong with people today? anything to make a quick buck……what is disrespectful/distasteful for what she is doing to a family that apparently is trying to move on!!!!!!!!!

  • marilyn

    They lost a grandchild, thru the hands of their own daughter. We do not judge these people as to why they do what they do. They may have bills we don’t know about. The lady filming should be ashamed because we should always respect other peoples privacy. Wether we agree or not. Its all about respect for others.

  • Rhonda

    Selling their deceased grand-daughters things in a yard sale is very distasteful. These people would sell their soul for a few bucks. With each news article it becomes more clear why Casey is such is sociopathic murderer but just because she had a sad childhood and her mother is psycho doesn’t excuse what she did. Also, no one should support this pathetic excuse for a human. She should have to live on the streets with the filth, scum and sewer rats! She didn’t seem to concerned with her daughters comfort when she killed her, stuffed her in a box and left her all alone.