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Casey Anthony's Parents About To Lose Home Where Caylee May Have Died

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Mar. 28 2018, Published 3:43 p.m. ET

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Casey Anthony's parents Cindy and George may soon lose the last thread to the happy life they once led before their granddaughter Caylee was found dead a decade ago this summer.

According to a newly filed court document, Cindy Anthony has been given a Jul. 13 date for a non-jury trial in Orange County, Florida, after the bank proceeded to foreclose on the family's Orlando home.

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As Radar reported, Cindy and George have not made their $765.82 monthly mortgage payment to U.S. Bank National Association since December 2010. The couple now owes over $130,000 on the property.

The home, where the two still live, has a dark history.

Casey's team of lawyers used the defense that little Caylee drowned in the family pool in 2008. Three years later, the "most hated mom in America" was found not guilty of the 2-year-old toddler's death.

Casey, who turned 32 on Mar. 19, recently went as far as blaming her own father for her daughter dying.

"George, who has continued to try and move forward from this tragedy and who was vindicated on multiple occasions, is once again forced to relive the hints, rumors, lies and allegations that are being made by Casey Anthony," the couple said in a statement after a shocking interview their daughter gave last year. "He has specifically stated that 'his heart hurts even more now.'"

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