Casey Anthony has been offered $500,000 to appear on the cover of Hustler magazine, the magazine’s founder, Larry Flynt told CNN.
Flynt told the “Nancy Grace” show on Thursday that the notorious Florida woman will end up on the cover of the magazine. But Anthony’s representatives denied the rumors, according to CNN.
The porn tycoon said the cover shoot and interview would include a $500,000 payout, plus 10 percent commission. He said that any other potential interviews the 25-year-old may conduct would be “chicken feed” in comparison.
"If they want to get their hands on big money, they've got to go through me," Flynt told CNN.
The founder of Hustler magazine said “droves of men” inspired him to bid for an interview.
"They said, Why haven't you made an offer? Why don't you want to publish her pictures?" Flynt said. "They said, She's a really attractive person ... I've never seen that happen before."
"You've got men who say hey, I want to see her in her birthday suit.
"There may be some sick individuals ... but that's what life is all about."
The business man said that a proportion of the profits would go to charities involved with child abuse.
Playboy kingpin Hugh Hefner admitted that he too had received a flood of requests inquiring if Anthony would be featured in the magazine, but categorically stated it would never happen.
"It is amazing the number of people that have Tweeted me immediately afterward, asking whether or not we would do a pictorial on her," Hefner told CNN's Piers Morgan. "And the answer is simply no. I wouldn't reward someone like that for what has happened."
Casey Anthony was acquitted of the murder of her daughter Caylee (2) on July 5.
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