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Casey Anthony and Others May Cash in on the Trial, Incensing the Public

ABC News(LOS ANGELES) -- Within hours of online reports that a producer affiliated with "The Jerry Springer Show" allegedly offered Casey Anthony $1 million to appear on the talk show, the show backed out because the backlash was so severe, according to Radar Online.

It doesn't stop at television appearances. There's also speculation of book deals and even allegedly an offer for Anthony to do pornography. Protesters are incensed by the idea that Anthony could cash in on her story.

"According to TMZ, Vivid Entertainment [has] already offered her a chance to, quote, 'transition' into her new life," Nancy Grace said today on "Good Morning America."

Now that she's out of criminal court, Anthony will be heading to civil court, accused of defaming Zenaida Gonzalez, the woman who shares a name with the fictional nanny Anthony told investigators was responsible for kidnapping her daughter Caylee.

Gonzalez said she plans on suing for millions.

Gonzalez isn't the only one looking for money from Anthony. The IRS is looking to collect money Anthony owes in back taxes, and a search-and-rescue group is also considering a lawsuit to recoup the more than $100,000 they say they spent looking for Caylee.

On, an online marketplace of handmade goods, Casey Anthony products abound. A "one of a kind mini courtroom scene" of the trial, with Anthony, her attorney Jose Baez, her father George Anthony, and Judge Belvin Perry Jr., is selling for $450.

You can also buy "Justice 4 Caylee" necklaces for a few dollars and a "Got Kids?" bumper sticker with Anthony's smiling face.

A cotton T-shirt, on sale on for $14.99, reads, "Florida [Loves] Murderers - Just Ask Casey and OJ" with blood dripping from the heart.

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