The Caylee Anthony “tribute” dolls are back up for sale, according to the company’s “tribute” website. So far, we can’t find a way to actually buy them. We’re loaded up with “Caylee Sunshine” bracelets and tees, however. That should creep out all the parents in Park Slope. [CayleeDoll.com] (Thanks to Craig!)

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  1. Oranges w/ Cheese says:

    God -_- I live in Orlando and its bad enough hearing about this day in and day out. Leave the poor child to rest, damnit.

  2. Girtych says:

    What sleazes. Who came up with this idea? Better yet, who thought it would be perfectly acceptable to market these dolls? Someone in that company is a sociopath, I swear.

  3. fatcop says:

    Is it blow-up and can it support up to 200 lbs of body weight?

  4. whatdoyoucare says:

    Extremely sleezy. But at least 100% of the profits will be given to charity UNTIL YOU READ THE DISCLAIMER at the bottom of the webpage, “The distribution of donations to any charity is done so at the discretion of CayleeDoll.com and we do so voluntarily.”

    Sounds suspiciously like none will be given to charity.

    This doll wrong on so many levels.

    If they want to make a doll to help raise money for missing and/or exploited children why not come up with a general name like, “Hope,” or “Faith.” Why name it after Caylee?

    Additionally, what does it mean that each doll has ‘a voice, made famous by precious little Caylee, and plays when their belly buttons are touched.’ Think about how painful this doll could be to her grandparents and loved ones.

    Finally, it would be nice if they named the actual charity that the profits will go to.

    This leaves a bad bad taste in my mouth
    Rant over.

  5. akuma_x says:

    I heard that it plays the “You are my Sunshine” song that Caylee sang in the video they showed of her.

  6. catastrophegirl chooses not to fly says:

    anyone else live in central florida several decades ago?
    i doubt it’s just caylee’s memory that’s being exploited here. i’m willing to bet that they got the ‘sunshine’ part of the name from ursula sunshine assaid

    [profile.myspace.com]

    [ok, i think it's weird that someone put up a myspace page in memory of a child who died before the internet existed, but it's the most info out there]

    i think a memorial doll isn’t the worst idea out there but i feel it could have been more tastefully done

  7. Nick says:

    Please hack that site out of existence.

  8. cuchanu says:

    100% of profits go to charity after the assholes that came up with the idea are paid their salary.

  9. Tribbles says:

    I get that the “sunshine” theme is supposed to be adorable and inspirational, but did they really have to go with the site’s retina-burning color scheme?

  10. Corporate-Shill says:

    Oh Farking Good-Grief.

    Can’t this exploitive crap just disappear?

  11. Oranges w/ Cheese says:

    There’s FIVE of them – Caylee, Hope, Gracie, Angel, and Susie. They’re all $79! Holy crapola.