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Eviction Fear: Casey Anthony's Parents Florida Home — Where Daughter Caylee Died — In Foreclosure

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Nov. 12 2013, Published 7:15 a.m. ET

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The home owned by Casey Anthony's parents, Cindy and George — where her two-and-a-half-year-old daughter Caylee died — has gone into foreclosure, is exclusively reporting.

According to court documents filed with the Orange County Register of Actions in Florida, NationStar Mortgage LLC filed foreclosure papers against Cindy and George on Nov. 4.

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The value of the home in question is listed as between $50,001 and $249,999, and Chickasaw Oaks Phase Three Homeowners Association and United Guaranty Residential Insurance Company of North Carolina are also listed as defendants.

As Radar exclusively reported in July, the Anthonys have allegedly been in financial trouble for quite some time, even selling off Caylee's toys in a yard sale.

And earlier this year Casey filed for bankruptcy claiming she had $792,000 in debts from her attorney fees and only $1,000 in assets.

Calls from Radar to the attorney retained by defendant NationStar Mortgage went unreturned.


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