Casey Anthony wants to become a paralegal after having so much experience in the legal system since her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee, was found murdered just a block away from her home.
While she owes $800,000 in three lawsuits, Anthony has filed for bankruptcy protection and wants to start over in life by going to school to learn how to become a paralegal.
The 26-year-old expected to make millions off book deals, movies and TV shows after she was acquitted in 2011 of murder in the death of her daughter Caylee.
But those big-money contracts for her story never materialized and now she is in serious debt, mostly stemming from the criminal case against her.
She has been out of work for four years and when asked what she may be interested in doing, her attorney Charles Greene said she might want to be a paralegal. “I truly believe that she has a lot of skills,” Greene told ABC News.
“She’s better than many paralegals I know. She could be a paralegal or something like that right away,” Greene added.
In addition, Greene said Anthony “believes strongly in our justice system” and constitutional rights and is interested in working within the system to make it better.
Anthony filed for bankruptcy in federal court in Tampa, Florida, last week, claiming she is unemployed and has had no recent income.
Anthony was acquitted of killing her daughter in July 2011 after a sensational trial that divided America.
Caylee Marie Anthony, 2, went missing in June 2008 and was found in woods near her grandparents house six months later.