The trustee overseeing Casey Anthony's bankruptcy case has withdrawn his plan to sell the rights to Anthony's life story, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
Trustee Stephen Meininger had wanted to set up a potential auction for "exclusive worldwide rights" for Anthony's life story.
Meininger presented a motion last month trying to receive permission to set up a potential auction for Anthony's life story. In court filings, Anthony lists about $792,000 owed to several dozen creditors.
But the Sentinel reports on Tuesday, Meininger filed a motion withdrawing the previous motion--a day before the next hearing in Anthony's bankruptcy case.
The report comes the same day that attorneys from Texas Equusearch say Anthony owes the search and rescue group more than $100,000 in expenses for their involvement in the search for 2-year-old Caylee.
Anthony was acquitted of murder in her daughter's death, but her attorney said during Anthony's trial that Caylee drowned accidentally in a family swimming pool. In federal bankruptcy court documents, lawyers state that Casey Anthony knew her daughter was already dead when the search began in 2008.
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