ORLANDO (CBSMiami) – A Los Angeles TV producer is reportedly shopping around a no-holds barred interview with Casey Anthony.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, TV producer Scott Sternberg is pitching the interview to various networks and cable networks and he’s asking between $500,000 and $750,000.

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Though found not guilty of murdering her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee, Anthony was convicted of four charges of lying to police.

She is somewhere in Florida serving a year of probation on a separate check fraud conviction. Authorities are keeping her whereabouts confidential for her safety but for the right price, she’s apparently ready to talk. But will anybody pay?

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CBS News, ABC News and NBC news have all stated they would not pay for a Casey Anthony interview and several cable networks including TLC, A&E and Lifetime have passed on Sternberg’s proposal, the magazine reported. Several others said they have not been approached but do not pay for interviews.