I think it's fair to say that we've all been dreading the inevitable news that the financially-strapped Casey Anthony has agreed to do some kind of tell-all/Lifetime movie/If I Did It-style O.J. Simpson book or whatever the fuck. There have already been a number of slimy books about the case, one of which was penned by a member of the prosecution and was surprisingly NOT titled Hallo, I Am Worst Lawyer!! Get Me Hot Dog Pls?
However, there's now a slight chance we won't have to endure Anthony's sit-down interview with a rightfully disdainful Barbara Walters. A man named James M. Schober—who has no relation to Anthony whatsoever—has offered her $10,000 in order to buy her life rights for guaranteed silence. More specifically, to "prevent Ms. Anthony or others from publishing or profiting from her story in the future."
It seems unlikely that the judge would allow this deal to go through, since unauthorized biographies would still be cropping up and "there's no way a judge would force the sale of thoughts in Casey's head." However, the trustee in Anthony's bankruptcy case—which is $800,000 deep at this point—is examining the option as a potential way to make a dent in that whopping bill she owes.