Bombshell new book claims OJ Simpson was framed for murder of ex-wife Nicole by her PARENTS!
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: A controversial new book about OJ Simpson and his ex-wife Nicole's murder has reportedly unleashed a flurry of theories. ‘The Sealed Envelope: Who Framed OJ Simpson for Their Murders, How They Did It and Why They Got Away With It’ by Sheryll Shipley and Shatelaine Shipley has floated a new theory that Simpson was framed for the murder of Nicole by her parents.
In the sensational case, Simpson was found guilty of the murders of Nicole and her friend Ron Goldman, that had taken place in the courtyard of their Los Angeles home in June 1994. He had been arrested after enough evidence was gathered, but was later acquitted of all the charges against him. RadarOnline reported that the acquittal took place in 1995, leading to public outrage having to do with the fact that he had a history of physical abusing Nicole. He was subsequently found guilty again in a civil trial.
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The book alleged that the famed athlete was framed for the murders by Nicole's parents, Juditha and Louis Brown, in what is labelled a "premeditated move." It claimed that he was framed so that the Browns could continue to live in the house he owned. The book also claimed that Simpson was planning to liquidate the home after another failed reconciliation with his ex-wife and that her parents framed him to ensure that they could not be evicted.
The book reportedly stated that the divorce of the high-profile couple did not bode well for the Browns, given their dependency on Simpson for the home and finances. The book will have undoubtedly ruffled a few feathers and upset the Brown family, who had spoken against Simpson becoming a free man in 2021 after he was convicted for an armed robbery that happened in 2008.
Nicole's sister Tanya had also spoken about the situation. She had previously criticized the lack of consideration for the families involved in the series ‘The People v. OJ Simpson: American Crime Story.’ "Losing Nicole was painful for me of course, but seeing my parents – and the kids – go through what they went through was horrendous. That was my pain, really," Tanya reportedly said.