Casey Anthony Describes Downfall in Court

With close to $800,000 in debt, Casey Anthony attends bankruptcy hearing.
2:35 | 03/05/13

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Nearly two years oofr a jury found her not guilty of killing her daughter. A narrow life, no job, deep in debt, almost no cash. Matt gutman has more. Reporter: This bankruptcy hearing was the first time we have heard in fr her in court. She described living hand to mouth, traveling on buses, relying on friends and attorneys for shelter. She mostly answered yes, sir, no, sir, to the judge. The only thing that's changed since four years too, hard-partying 20-something was the spectacle that still follows her. After nearly two years in hiding, she might have expected this question -- did you get away with murder? Reporter: And the angry chaos following her. Baby killer! Reporter: This first public appearance since july 5, 2011, the day the jury acquitted her of murdering her 2-year-old daughter, caylee. She was shoved back into the spot light. This time, a bankruptcy hearing. I don't pay rent. I don't pay utilities. Though I'm -- I guess you could say I'm living for free or off the kindness of the people I'm aying with. Reporter: She's now unemployed, has less than $50 in cash to her name,o car, and relies on unknown ben factors. They're unsolicited things from people I don't know. Reporter: She field for bankruptcy in january with $1,000 in assets and $800,000 in liabilities. Including $500,000 to her former defense toerm. I try to contribute. Reporter: Another detractor, zenada gonzalez. Anthony told police that someone with the same name kidnapped caylee. This video, the first glimpse of her in deep hiding. As for the mountain of money she and many others said might follow her acquittal. The book deals, the movie, never materialized. Testimony didn't seem to be truthful. The attorney said, it didn't pass the smell test.

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