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Some of Casey Anthony’s clothing went up for sale online last week, but now the site has decided to stop selling her old clothes.
According to WESH in Orlando, the controversial website specializing in killer’s memorabilia has taken Anthony’s personal property off the site.
Eric Holler, owner of serialkillersink.net, released a statement on his decision.
"I have decided to remove the Anthony garage sale items from my website, Serial Killers Ink,” the statement read. “No one else was involved in this decision other than myself. I have given it much thought and I do not wish to be associated in any way, shape or form with the death of Caylee Anthony. I apologize to anyone that may have taken offense in the offering of these items."
Before Holler’s change of heart, he told HLN that he had seven pairs of Anthony's pants and six of her handbags that he was going to sell for $800 a pop.
On July 5, 2011, a jury found Anthony not guilty of the murder of her 2-year-old daughter.