TAMPA, Fla. - Casey Anthony has two weeks to take a financial management course or her bankruptcy filing might be thrown out.
The bankruptcy trustee overseeing the case for the government said Anthony had 60 days from the creditors' proceeding on March 4 to take the class and file the certificate with the court.
Anthony claims she's broke and doesn't want to pay the nearly $800,000 she owes in some cases to federal and local government agencies.
Anthony said she's been unable to find work since she was acquitted of her daughter Caylee's death almost two years ago.
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