Citing anonymous sources, the Los Angeles Examiner reports Casey Anthony has a deal in the works to write a memoir with a ghostwriter.
However, Casey's attorney Jose Baez told Central Florida 13 there is no book deal.
The Examiner reports that the sources, which asked to remain anonymous, say Anthony's reps settled for this deal because they were fearful there may not be any other offers.
The book was said to allegedly highlight Anthony's childhood, growing up in the Anthony family, becoming a teen mom, her relationship with Lee, her brother, and other details.
In Florida, Orange County authorities have an interest in Casey's future income.
A hearing is scheduled to determine how much law enforcement can be reimbursed for the search for Caylee.
In July, Casey was acquitted of charges she murdered her 2-year-old daughter in 2008.
She went into hiding following her release from jail.
Last week, she was ordered to return to Orange County no later than August 26 to serve one-year probation on check fraud charges.
Her attorneys are fighting the court order handed down by Chief Judge Belvin Perry.
abcactionnews.com contributed to this report.
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