Casey Anthony threatens to 'disappear' over bankruptcy case

Hearing scheduled in Florida next week

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ORLANDO, Fla. – Local 6 uncovered a new memo filed in the Casey Anthony bankruptcy case in which her attorney suggests that Anthony may have to "disappear" if she's forced to go to trial.

The memo, which shows how frustrated Anthony is with the ongoing court battle, says if Roy Kronk and Zenaida Gonzalez are permitted to take Anthony to trial, Anthony "will be forced to find new accommodations, or just simply disappear and say it is not worth the fight anymore."

A hearing is scheduled on the matter next week in a federal court in Tampa.

Anthony has argued the case should be thrown out.  A message left with Anthony's attorney, David Schrader, has not been returned.

Kronk is the Orange County meter reader who found the body of Anthony's 2-year-old daughter, Caylee, in a wooded area near the family home.  Gonzalez has a similar name to a fictitious baby sitter who Anthony claimed kidnapped Caylee in 2008.

Anthony was charged with murder in her daughter's death but was acquitted in 2011.

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