The parents of Casey Anthony continue their legal battle to keep the home where their granddaughter, Caylee, was last seen alive.

On April 12, the video recorded depositions in George and Cindy Anthony’s home foreclosure case have begun and will be released to the public as ordered by the judge in the case, Radar Online reported.

U.S. Bank National Association claims that George and Cindy now owe approximately $130,000 on the mortgage of their home, and have not made a mortgage payment on the house in at least six years, TMZ reported. The bank’s foreclosure process of the couple’s Orlando, Florida, home began back in 2017.

The Anthonys remortgaged their home in 2010 for an additional $121,160, the Daily Mail reported.

The home is the same property, where Casey Anthony’s defense team claimed that Caylee drowned in the pool. Casey was acquitted of murdering her two-year-old daughter but did serve four years in jail for lying to the police.

In the foreclosure case, the bank argued that the videotapes from the deposition should be withheld from the public, but the judge in the case said they will be released after a verdict is reached.

According to court documents obtained by Radar Online, “This deposition is being taken for the purpose of discovery, for use at trial, or both of the foregoing, or for such other purposes as permitted under the applicable rules and governing law.

“The deposition will be taken upon oral examination before an official court reporter, or a Notary Public, or some other officer duly authorized by law to take depositions in the State of Florida,” the court documents said.

The Anthonys home foreclosure case is set to begin trial in August.