LAS VEGAS (AP) — O.J. Simpson will keep fighting recent court orders in Nevada that he owes at least $60 million in judgments stemming from the 1994 killings of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend, Ron Goldman, his lawyer said Friday. Attorney Malcolm LaVergne said he intends to ask the Nevada Supreme Court to overturn one judge’s order to pay the slain man’s father, Fred Goldman, and another judge’s order in favor of Paul Dorsey, a Connecticut man holding rights to collect the wrongful death claim of Ron Goldman’s mother, Sharon Rufo.
Saturday, June 12 marks 27 years since the brutal murders of O.J. Simpson's ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and waiter Ron Goldman. Goldman's sister, Kim Goldman, tweeted Saturday, "I can still taste the pain. I live everyday with grief and loss; it doesn't overwhelm me like it has but wow, can it cripple me sometimes."
Richard Madeley revealed he thought it was "obvious" within minutes of meeting OJ Simpson that he was lying about the murder of his wife Nicole Brown, despite being acquitted Richard Madeley has claimed it was obvious to him when he interviewed OJ Simpson that he was guilty of murdering his wife, Nicole Brown.