George and Cindy Anthony were facing foreclosure on their Florida home where their daughter claimed little Caylee drowned in the backyard pool, but the judge made a surprise ruling in their case, RadarOnline.com exclusively learned.
Accused killer Casey’s parents were locked in a bitter legal battle against the bank that was trying to foreclose on their Orange County home and a judge ruled in their favor, court documents obtained by Radar revealed.
The judge initially ruled that the Anthony's were “prohibited from disseminating videotaped testimony during the pendency of this case,” but the bank asked for the time frame to include “any appeals.”
“Plaintiff respectfully requests clarification of a single point of this court's order on its amended motion for protective order to prevent public dissemination of videotaped deposition, entered on February 5, 2019. The order prohibits defendant from disseminating videotaped testimony 'during the pendency of this case.' Plaintiff requests clarification that this phrase means during the pendency of this case, including any appeals,” the documents filed on Feb. 14, 2019 stated.
Judge Chad Alvaro denied the bank’s request on Feb. 14, ruling: “THIS MATTER came before the Court in chambers on Plaintiffs Motion for Clarification of Protective Order, and the Court, after reviewing the motion and being duly advised in the premises finds that it is hereby ORDERED and ADJUDGED that: 1. Plaintiffs Motion for Clarification of Protective Order is DENIED.”
The grandparents of little Caylee were sued by the bank in 2017 for not paying their mortgage since 2010 and owing the bank $128,852, according to court documents obtained by Radar.
George and Cindy fought to delay the case, but a judge ordered them to trial scheduled to being in March 2019.
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