Casey Anthony, the Florida woman who was acquitted of killing her 2-year-old daughter Caylee in 2011, owes the Internal Revenue Service $68,540 in taxes, interest and penalties.
Anthony, whose nationally broadcast trial made her a household name for her accused crime, reported the tax debt in January when she filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection in Tampa, Fla. In all, in her 60-page court filing, she reported $792,000 in liabilities — $500,000 of which were legal fees — and $1,100 in assets.
Court papers list Anthony as unemployed; she has not earned any recent income, according to the filings.
For her protection, Anthony’s location has remained a secret since he released from state supervision last year.
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