Casey Anthony may soon be a millionaire.
There’s an offer on the table from Private Elevator Productions to pay Anthony, who was found not guilty of murdering her daughter Caylee, $1 million for an interview.
Private Elevator Productions, a group of Hollywood producers, is trying to reestablish contact with Anthony after negotiations with attorney Jose Baez broke down, their attorney, Spencer Kuvin, said in a statement to HLN.
Attorney Cheney Mason is now fielding Anthony’s media offers. Kuvin said he has not heard back from Mason.
Cheney Mason told In Session's Jean Casarez the following in regard to any interview offers made to Anthony:
“No one with any authority is attempting to promote Casey Anthony…they are unsolicited and doing it on their own.”
There is no plan by Mason for any type of commercializing of Casey. Any negotiations for anything will not happen until after her probation has ended and after her appeal has concluded.
Cheney confirms he and Lisabeth Fryer are representing Casey in her appeal and are also representing her with her probation. Jose Baez is not representing her any more. “His job ended on the day of her sentencing,” said Mason.
Meanwhile, Anthony -- who has used the Fifth Amendment to shield herself from questions in civil lawsuits -- was ordered by a judge Wednesday to answer two questions, or more specifically, make two admissions, regarding a lawsuit brought by Texas EquuSearch.
The first: “Admit that you did not observe or hear George Anthony call 911 at any time to report that he or you had discovered that Caylee Marie Anthony had drowned in the swimming pool at your parents' house on or about June 16, 2008.”
The second: “Admit that you were aware in September 2008 and October 2008 that EquuSearch was conducting searches for your daughter, Caylee.”
Texas EquuSearch is suing Anthony for the money it spent searching for Caylee. The attorneys who represent EquuSearch are arguing that Anthony received the organization’s search and rescue services through fraud.