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Tot Mom Legal Trouble Continues: Casey Anthony's Parents Going On Trial!

Cindy George Anthony Trial House Foreclosure
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Jun. 8 2018, Updated 10:02 a.m. ET

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Casey Anthony’s parents are heading to court in their foreclosure case and may lose the house where little Caylee Anthony was last seen alive exclusively learned.

Cindy and George Anthony, the long-suffering parents of the acquitted killer who testified on her behalf during her murder trial, hit financial troubles after she was found not guilty by a jury and they’re set to square off in their own case.

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The Anthonys home has been placed in foreclosure and Radar exclusively obtained court documents filed in Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial District in Orange County, Florida that reveal their mediation with U.S. Bank National Association failed.

Casey and little Caylee Anthony lived in the home until her tragic death in 2008. During the trial Casey’s attorneys claimed the tot drowned in the pool in the backyard.

“No agreement was reached,” during the June 1, 2018 mediation the documents obtained by Radar state.

Casey’s parents are scheduled to appear in court on August 10, 2018 for a trial. They owe over $130,000 on the Florida home.

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