Casey Anthony was released from the Orange County Jail in Orlando, Florida, on July 17, 2011.
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TAMPA - Casey Anthony's bankruptcy hearings will stay in Tampa.
A judge made that decision Tuesday morning in Anthony's first bankruptcy hearing in federal court during an oral ruling.
Court records show that Anthony, who was acquitted of killing her two-year-old daughter in 2011, filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in federal court in Tampa in January.
Anthony claimed about $1,100 in assets and $792,000 in liabilities.
Her listed debts included $500,000 for attorney fees and costs for her criminal defense lawyer during the trial, Jose Baez; $145,660 for the Orange County Sheriff's office for a judgment covering investigative fees and costs; $68,540 to the Internal Revenue Service for taxes, interest and penalties; and $61,505 to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement for court costs.
The filing also listed her as unemployed.
The filing also mentioned that Anthony is a defendant in several ongoing civil suits, including one filed by Zenaida Fernandez-Gonzalez for defamation. She had filed a motion for the case to be moved to Orlando.
Another lawsuit is being filed by Roy Kronk. He's the meter reader who found the body of 2-year-old Caylee.
Both asked that the that the bankruptcy case be moved to Orlando.
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