Sideshow: Casey Anthony gets an offer from Hustler

Casey Anthony, recently acquitted of killing her child, Caylee, already has become a pop-cult star.

What better proof than this: Larry Flynt tells CNN he's offered Anthony $500,000 to display her nudeness in Hustler.

Flynt agrees such a pictorial would appeal "to some sick individuals . . . but that's what life is all about." It is?

Anthony's rep - she has one now - denies she's in negotiations with Flynt.

The ongoing commodification of Anthony's Being moves apace. USA Today says she's asking TV networks $1 mil for an interview. And a rubber mask of Anthony sold for nearly $1 mil on eBay.

It's hard to let go . . .

Amy Winehouse's da, Mitch, gave fans assembled in front of the singer's house a surprise by handing out the late blueswoman's clothing and personal items. "This is what she would have wanted - for her fans to have her clothes," he tells London's Sun tabloid.

Crystal: Sorry, Hef!

Crystal Harris is sorry she utterly destroyed Hugh Hefner's bedroom reputation on Howard Stern's show, when she said his lovemaking lasted only "like two seconds." She tweets, "I was unprepared and blurted out things I shouldn't have said."

Love, lust, 'n' baby notes

Randy Houser, 29, has successfuly petitioned fellow singer-songwriter Jessa Lee Yantz, 29, to wed him, he tells People. . . . Kim Kardashian, 30, and Kris Humphries, 26, will be conjoined before an audience of celebs Aug. 20. . . . William and Kate will be in attendance Saturday in Edinburgh, Scotland, when Zara Phillips, granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II, weds rugby player Mike Tindall in a historic church decked with 400 white roses.


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