The mystery of how Casey Anthony pays her dream team continues.
Anthony's defense attorney filed an affidavit Tuesday as part of his objection to a prosecution request to find out where Anthony is getting money to fund her defense.
Anthony, in a sworn affidavit, accuses prosecutors of digging into her legal fees because they are "angry because I have refused to take a plea agreement for a crime that I did not commit."
Anthony denies she has any agreements to sell her story or "that of my daughter, Caylee Marie Anthony."
Baez has remained tight-lipped on how he and his colleagues
will be paid. It certainly won't be coming from any savings Casey has -- she's never been gainfully employed.
But Baez has claimed he has "absolutely no book deals or entertainment deals ... of any kind with anyone." If Baez has made any book or movie rights related to the case, prosecutors said the arrangement could be "fraught with potential conflict of interest" and would give Casey Anthony grounds to ask for another costly trial -- something the state of Florida is not keen to do.How do you think Casey Anthony is paying for her legal counsel?
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