More than two years after 27-year-old Casey Anthony was acquitted in the murder of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee, several of her personal items are now available for sale online.
Seven pairs of Anthony’s pants and six of her purses have hit Serial Killers Ink, a website that sells “murderabilia” — items that once belonged to convicted killers or otherwise played a role in violent crimes.
Eric Holler, owner of the website, told WESH 2 that he bought Anthony’s items from a woman named Christina Werner, who videotaped a garage sale at Anthony’s parents’ home last year. He said she wanted to “wash her hands of the situation” but wouldn’t reveal how much he paid her for them.
Holler said he would not buy or sell Caylee’s toys — which Anthony’s parents also sold. Casey Anthony’s personal items, meanwhile, are all available for $800 apiece.