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Hours After the Verdict Vivid Offers Casey Anthony a Porn Deal [UPDATED]

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From Not Guilty to (potentially) not clothed in how many minutes? Casey Anthony, the Florida woman found not guilty yesterday of murdering her two-year-old daughter has already received a job offer from Los Angeles based adult entertainment business Vivid.

TMZ reports that the offer came in just hours after the verdict was reached, and was put to Anthony's lawyer, Jose Baez, by Vivid head Steve Hirsch.

Of the acquitted Anthony, Hirsch says: "We’ve all seen the pictures of her partying and having a good time with friends where she definitely looks hot."

Hirsch and Vivid have never shied from taking an opportunistic lunge at turning a headline maker into porn potential; in 2009 he famously offered Nadya "Octomom" Suleman a million dollars to star in a film. Though she's yet to strip down and show the world her...well, you get the idea...Suleman didn't accept that offer, but did let Hirsch pay a month of her mortgage earlier this year.

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Will Anthony take the bait? Her legal team has not replied to Hirsch.

UPDATE: TMZ reports that Hirsch has already rescinded the offer, after the public's general negative reaction to the idea. Really, it's a business decision to protect Vivid, says Hirsch, who believes a movie starring Anthony would not do well from his production house. "We were ready to make an offer to Casey to star in one of our feature films. It's clear to me now, however, that there has been an overwhelmingly negative response to our offer and so we've decided to withdraw it."