LOS ANGELES -- Casey Anthony's acquittal in the murder of her 2-year-old daughter and her scheduled release from prison next week have fueled speculation about what she will do once she is free.
Rumors flew early Thursday that Anthony had been signed by William Morris -- which the high-powered agency denied. Sharon Osbourne blasted a tweet: "Casey Anthony not guilty??...it's a disgrace. She'll probably get her own reality show now."
If Anthony does make the leap into the TV arena, she would be the latest in a stream of notorious newsmakers who wind up on TV. Included in the list are:
1. Amy Fisher, dubbed the "Long Island Lolita," is a patient on "Celebrity Rehab With Dr. Drew."
2. Richard Hatch, the first winner of "Survivor," was on the most recent edition of "Celebrity Apprentice."
3. Rod Blagojevich, ex-Illinois governor, was on "Celebrity Apprentice."
4. Tonya Harding, the figure skating champion was a contestant of Fox's "Celebrity Boxing" in 2002.
5. Michael Lohan, the father of Lindsay Lohan, is a patient on "Celebrity Rehab With Dr. Drew."