According to court documents obtained exclusively by Radar, George and Cindy filed an “objection and opposition to the Plaintiff’s motion to substitute party Plaintiff and amend case,” asking a judge not to allow U.S. Bank National Association to substitute Nationstar Mortgage LLC in the case.
The Anthonys stopped paying the mortgage on the Orlando home they shared with their daughter and their tiny granddaughter. They owe about $130,000, and the bank began foreclosure on the home in 2017.
On March 12, the judge ruled that the bank could substitute the Mortgage company in the case according to documents obtained by Radar.
Depositions in the case are scheduled after the bank successfully had the judge order that the videotaped sessions would not be made public until after the case was completed.
While her parents were dealt the legal blow, Casey spent St. Patrick’s Day flirting in a bar nearly 11 years after her toddler daughter’s death.
George and Cindy are scheduled to go to trial in the home foreclosure case this summer.