Caylee Anthony’s Grandparents Face Foreclosure on Florida Home

By Brennan McCord

Feb 23, 2010 5:26pm

ABC News’ Kaitlyn Folmer reports:  A new hindrance for George and Cindy Anthony, the grandparents of slain toddler, Caylee Anthony–Bank of America is foreclosing on their home.  Documents filed Monday in Orange Circuit Court show that the couple hasn't made their $785.82 mortgage payment since June 2009–totaling more than $7,000.  The Anthony’s bought the house in 1989.  In 2005, they refinanced their home, consenting to pay $121,180 for its value.  The lender has stated that the Anthony’s owe about $121,000 according to court documents.  
The attorney for the Anthony’s told ABC News: “ I think that we’ll be able to work something out for them [the Anthonys].  Yes, Bank of America  filed papers but the Anthony’s have not been served.  This is a special house because of Caylee and we’ll work something out.  I’m confident that we can do something so they won’t lose their home.”

Caylee’s mother, Casey Anthony, is charged with first degree murder in the 2-year old child’s death in 2008 and has pled not guilty.  The home in jeopardy of foreclosure, is the last place Caylee Anthony was seen alive.

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