Simpson was acquitted of the murders in 1995, but was found liable for the wrongful deaths of Brown and Goldman in a 1997 civil suit. Simpson that would give his allegedly hypothetical account of the murders of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown, and Ronald Goldman made waves. Shortly after the announcement, however, the book was canceled following outrage over the former football star profiting from the deaths. Simpson: If I Did It, Here's How It Happened," the book was to be published by Regan Books, a division of Harper Collins.In 2007, the Goldman family was awarded rights to the book by a Florida bankruptcy court and went through with the publication, changing the title to "If I Did It: Confessions of the Killer." Since 2008, Simpson has been imprisoned in a Nevada jail for a different crime.
And he was the husband and accused murderer of Kris Jenner’s good friend Nicole Brown Simpson, who was a victim of the gruesome tragedy along with Ron Goldman. me and some of her other close friends were all really surprised and shocked by that because we felt we really failed her as a friend. There really wasn’t.”Interestingly, Clark also said that she did not want Simpson to try on the gloves that police said belonged to the killer.“That was not my call,” Clark clarified. I never did.”The idea came from Christopher Darden, who apologized to Clark after the glove snafu played out theatrically in court and press, dealing a devastating blow to the prosecution.
And in a new interview on Tuesday, Jenner shed more light on the complex dynamics between the two families, even revealing how the former athlete phoned her on multiple occasions during the months following her friend's murder. It was horrible.”As Jenner has said in the past, she was supposed to meet Nicole Brown Simpson for lunch the day after she was murdered.“She said she wanted to show me some things and talk about what was in her safe,” Jenner recounted. I follow my intuition.”Interestingly, Jenner is not the only woman involved in the trial who calls it painful and blames herself for events around the tragedy. Clark said that she forgave Darden, telling him, “It’s O.
While on , Jenner was asked whether Simpson tried to contact her after the murder of his ex-wife and Goldman.“Right after,” Jenner said. He wanted to talk, and explain how he felt.”“That must have been awkward,” De Generes interjected.“It was painful,” Jenner said. was hard.”On the show, Jenner said that she was not aware of the physical abuse element of the Simpsons’ marriage, although there may have been hints that she did not pick up on.“I didn’t know that there was abuse until we heard and saw the whole thing unfold [on the news] like everybody else and then heard the 911 tapes that were going to be used in evidence during the trial,” Jenner told the talk-show host. “And so now unfortunately it all makes sense that that’s probably what she wanted to reveal to me that next day, which broke my heart because I will always feel horrible that I didn’t pay enough attention.”In an interview this past January, Jenner said she is still haunted by the signs she missed.“I beat myself up because I felt like I wasn’t paying attention. But that’s typical in an abusive relationship—that the woman doesn’t speak out about how she’s being treated. In an upcoming interview for , Marcia Clark, the former prosecutor in the murder case, recalled how she felt when she heard the jury foreman read the two-word verdict: “not guilty.”“It was physically painful,” Clark said.
“You know, it was just every single day it was something different and it was really difficult because my ex-husband [Robert Kardashian ] was on one side, I was kind of on the other and the kids were stuck in the middle. It was you lost everything you knew and I can’t even imagine being her family, her sister, her parents—they were so devastated. My heart breaks because of all the pain and suffering she went through. “And I thought of Ron [Goldman] and Nicole [Brown], and I thought, This is wrong.” She added, “But at the end of the day, we really .
It was trying to explain this to children and then O.