Her attorneys filed a motion this week in federal bankruptcy court in Tampa asking a judge to reject the proposal.
Last month, her bankruptcy trustee asked the judge for permission to sell the exclusive rights to Anthony's story. Anthony is unemployed and doesn't have a regular income.
Her attorneys say in their motion that such a proposal would require Anthony to create something that doesn't already exist and violates the purpose of bankruptcy which is to create a fresh start.
They also say the proposal could bar Anthony from ever discussing her life.
Anthony was acquitted of murder in the death her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee, in 2011.
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