A bankruptcy judge in Tampa ruled Casey Anthony will not have to answer questions about her case.

But we don't know whether she'll have to sell her life story yet.

A trustee in the bankruptcy case wants to sell Anthony's life story as a means to help pay off her outstanding debts.

The trustee said he has three offers for her life story, and wants a formal auction to sell it.

But in order to do so, Anthony would have to actually tell her life story so it can be sold.

Anthony's attorney called this punishment, saying Anthony is not a celebrity, she did not want to be a celebrity, and has been in hiding for nearly two years.

The judge called this a cutting edge case, and he needed more time to decide. He will make a ruling in 30 days.

The judge did, however, rule that Anthony will not have to answer questions in her defamation civil trial against Zenaida Gonzalez, or her defamation trial against Roy Kronk, for now.

Gonzalez is suing Anthony for defamation and said her life was ruined when Anthony used a similar name to say who had her then-missing 2-year-old daughter Caylee.

The attorney wants to take Anthony’s deposition to try and prove she knew she was lying when she came up with the name Zenaida Gonzalez.

However, the judge did say that he wants those civil trials to proceed. The judge said he can't consider Gonzalez or Kronk as creditors unless state court rules that their reputations were ruined by Anthony.

All of the civil suits against Anthony were put on hold when she filed for bankruptcy.

During Anthony's first bankruptcy hearing in March, she said she had no money, was not working and living off the kindness of friends.

The 26-year-old was acquitted in 2011 of murdering Caylee.