George and Cindy Anthony allegedly hold yard sale to sell off Casey Anthony and Caylee Athony items. Photo via JD Carlson/YouTube.
Christina Werner, a Florida resident, claims she attended the garage sale of the formally accused child killer Casey Anthony. Casey was acquitted of killing her toddler daughter, Caylee Anthony, in 2011. Casey was arrested after police became suspicious because Casey failed to report her baby missing for four weeks and continuously lied to the police about why and where she was at the time of Caylee’s disappearance.
Werner says she videotaped the encounter with the Anthony family over the weekend, after being one of the few attendees to recognize George and Cindy. Werner said the house was not George and Cindy’s however, she claims it was the home of Casey Anthony’s grandparents. Werner says she recognized the home from watching media coverage of the Anthony case and during the six month search for Caylee. Caylee’s decomposed body was found in November 2009, in a wooded area near George and Cindy’s home.
Werner told Radar Online on Tuesday that while Cindy Anthony was friendly and talkative, she and George Anthony continually argued. Werner claims that Cindy got very upset when George negotiated a deal with Werner who claims to have purchased several of Casey Anthony’s old purses and some personal affects of slain toddler Caylee Anthony. Some of the items Werner claims to have purchased was a Winnie-the-Pooh backpack, some teddy bears, a children’s suitcase set and toy heart locket, all allegedly belonging to baby Caylee before she died.
Werner says she wanted to buy some paintings as well, but when George tried to negotiate the prices on the painting, Cindy ot upset and told Werner that she couldn’t have them and asked Werner to return when they have a garage/yard sale again if she wanted to purchase them.
Werner said, “…I will never understand how they could part with these things at a yard sale!”
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