Exonerated murder mom CASEY ANTHONY’s first interview is being shopped by TV exec for a $750,000 payday.
Anthony has been in hiding since a Florida jury found her not guilty of killing her daughter Caylee, and now producer Scott Sternberg has been pitching a “no-holds-barred” interview with Casey, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Multiple sources said Sternberg is asking for “between $500,000 and $750, 000,” and the proposal says the network could choose the interviewer and Scott Sternberg Productions would co-produce the show.
Casey has not spoken publicly since being acquitted of the murder charges, but as RadarOnline.com previously reported, she did wear a wacky disguise for her deposition in the civil defamation lawsuit against her.
Casey’s parents have given a lengthy interview to Dr. Phil McGraw and he made a donation to their charity, Caylee’s Fund, in exchange for the sit down.
However, the backlash that was so strong against Casey immediately following her acquittal continues, and multiple cable networks have declined the interview, including Discovery Communications' TLC and ID and A&E Networks’ Lifetime and A&E.
Cable executives have said that while the ratings would probably be huge for the show, “the backlash would not be worth it.”