O.J. Simpson and Casey Anthony have reportedly been in talks to star in their own reality TV show.
And while it would certainly be a macabre series, according to the New York Post, Anthony’s estranged parents are warning their daughter that they’ll sue if she agrees to do the show or sell her story.
While there’s no truth to rumors the program would be titled, “A Match Made in Hell,” having each been acquitted of murdering their loved ones, In Touch Weekly reported earlier this year that the pair was considering doing a show together.
Who knows, perhaps the despicable duo will pool their resources to pursue the real killers?
According to the Post, a source claiming to have inside knowledge said, “It will give viewers the inside story on the aftermath of living with the horrible crimes they were ultimately acquitted of.”
— Carolina Blanco (@Nnablanko) March 22, 2017
Anthony was acquitted in 2011 of murder in the death of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee, and “the parents of America’s most hated mother,” Cindy and George Anthony, had a message for her during an appearance on “Crime Watch Daily.”
“Casey, be true to yourself, start being honest with yourself, and own everything,” her mother said in a segment of Chris Hanson’s nationally syndicated TV show set to air Monday, according to the Orlando Sentinel. “Quit putting blame on everybody else.”
Cindy Anthony says her daughter has seizures — see drunken episodes — and doesn’t remember what happens.
“I think Casey is mentally ill,” the mother told Hansen.
George Anthony had his own message for his daughter.
“Stay away. Stay away from me,” the father said. “If she wants a relationship again with her mom, she’s got a lot of explaining to do, but I don’t want to hear it no more. I don’t want to see her.”
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