The parents of Casey Anthony, who was acquitted of her daughter Caylee Anthony's death in 2011, sold "tons" of the slain 2-year-old's toys and clothes at a yard sale at their Florida home last month, RadarOnline.com reported.
George and Cindy Anthony, of Mount Dora, Fla., were looking to unload their late granddaughter's toys June 28, including teddy bears, a Winnie the Pooh backpack, a child-size luggage set, and a Tigger bag, among other items.
"When I pulled up, they were taking tarps off the yard sale items that were covered due to the rain," eyewitness Christina Werner told RadarOnline.com. "I immediately noticed the two white canopies over the yard sale tables because they looked like the tents used in the search for Caylee."
The Anthonys were also hawking some of their daughter's old purses and clothes.
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"When it came time to buy the items, [George] did not tell [his wife] he had discounted the purses and she was so upset about that," Werner said. "She began yelling at him and said he should have told her. I think the difference may have been a whole $10, but she was upset."
Caylee Anthony's remains were found in 2008 in a trash bag not far from the family's home about five months after Cindy Anthony reported her missing.
Casey Anthony's strange behavior, including telling police a nanny had kidnapped her daughter and that the child had drowned in the family's swimming pool, made her a target for intense media scrutiny.
She was found not guilty of first-degree murder, aggravated child abuse, and aggravated manslaughter of a child on July 5, 2011. Anthony was, however, found guilty on four misdemeanor counts of providing false information to police, but only sentenced to time served.
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