Casey Anthony's parents apparently sold toys belonging to their slain granddaughter, Caylee, at a yard sale in Mount Dora, Florida.
According to a report by RadarOnline, Casey's parents Cindy and George, laid out toys and clothes in the front yard of their home and put them up for sale.
The report says a woman named Christina Werner came by the yard sale by chance on June 28 and quickly noticed that the couple running the sale were the grandparents of Caylee Anthony.
Werner reportedly videotaped her encounter with the couple. Werner also claims she was the only person at the yard sale who recognized Casey Anthony's parents. This led her to purchase things that belonged specifically to Caylee and Casey.
Soon after purchasing items that belonged to a murdered little girl, Werner expressed her not being able to understand why George and Cindy would sell them.
"I simply will never understand how these grandparents can put a price tag on Caylee's items. I can understand Casey's things, but I will never understand how they could part with these things at a yard sale!" Christina says.
Among the items that reportedly belonged to Caylee were a children's travel set, a Winnie the Pooh backpack, toy heart lockets, and a pair of teddy bears.
Werner also claims that George and Cindy bickered with each other. Specifically, Cindy became upset at George when he gave Werner a discounted price on Caylee's items.
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