Casey Anthony's 'Murderabilia' Removed From Website

Eric Holler removed pants and purses once owned by Casey Anthony from his website.

View Comments (
)
|
Email
|
Print

    NEWSLETTERS

    Getty Images
    Casey Anthony smiles before the start of her sentencing hearing on charges of lying to a law enforcement officer at the Orange County Courthouse July 7, 2011.

    A Jacksonville man is taking down items once owned by Casey Anthony from "murderabilia" website serialkillersink.net, reported NBC affiliate WESH Orlando.

    Eric Holler said he did not want to be associated with the death of Anthony's 2-year-old daughter Caylee, according to WESH. Anthony was acquitted two years ago of murder, manslaughter and child abuse charges.

    Casey Anthony's attorney doubted her mental health

    [NECN] Casey Anthony's attorney doubted her mental health
    Jose Baez's book on Casey Anthony and the trial hits store shelves July 3

    "I have decided to remove the Anthony garage sale items from my website, Serial Killers Ink," Holler said in a statement, according to WESH. "No one else was involved in this decision other than myself. I have given it much thought and I do not wish to be associated in any way, shape or form with the death of Caylee Anthony. I apologize to anyone that may have taken offense in the offering of these items."

    Casey Anthony no longer on probation in Fla.

    [NECN] Casey Anthony no longer on probation in Fla.
    The 26-year-old is no longer under supervision for a check fraud conviction

    Holler obtained Anthony's pants, which he was selling for $800 a piece, and purses from Christina Werner who bought the items at a garage sale run by Anthony's parents last summer, WESH reported.