Casey Anthony is no longer a business owner, RadarOnline.com can exclusively report.
Anthony, 32, who was infamously acquitted of killing her daughter Caylee, 2, in 2011, started a photography business in 2015 called Case Photography, LLC. Now, RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal the Florida Secretary of State’s Office approved Anthony’s voluntarily filing to dissolve the business.
Radar obtained the shocking dissolution document showing that the disgraced mother's business was terminated on May 2, 2018.
The most hated mother in America originally opened the business with a $160 filing fee and certificate status. The new business venture came just weeks after Anthony's Chapter 7 bankruptcy proceedings were formally discharged and dismissed.
Anthony received criticism when she first began the company because it would allow her to work with families and children. Its purpose was to photograph weddings and events in addition to private shoots.
Radar has learned the company's Twitter page had not been updated since 2016. Anthony even aired her personal problems on the company's social media site.
On August 11, 2016, the business bizarrely tweeted, "Glad Tuesday has come and gone. It was a rough day."
Anthony was sued by Roy Kronk, the man who found Caylee's body. He is suing the Florida resident for defamation because he believes Casey and her legal team made presumptuous statements that implied he was the one who hid and killed the toddler's body.
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