Roy Kronk and Zenaida Gonzalez filed complaints in federal court this week arguing their lawsuits should survive Anthony’s bankruptcy, because she was ‘willful and malicious’ in damaging their reputations. Texas EquuSearch, the search and recovery group that looked for her daughter Caylee in 2008 are also in objection to the discharge of her debts.
In her complaint filed Monday, Gonzalez’s attorneys write that Anthony “intended to subject [Gonzalez] to heightened police and media scrutiny in connection with Caylee’s disappearance to reduce the authorities’ suspicion that [Anthony] was involved in her daughter’s disappearance.”
Kronk, who alleges that Anthony’s criminal defense lawyers made statements implicating him in Caylee’s death, used similar language in his complaint. The complaints ask U.S. Bankruptcy Judge K. Rodney May to rule the Gonzalez and Kronk claims exempt from Anthony’s Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Casey currently has more than $790,000 in debt.
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