O.J. Simpson talks about how he was still angry with ex-wife Nicole after her death on Fox Special
Simpson said he felt “angry,” feelings toward his late wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, at her funeral.
OJ Simpson is apparently finding it extremely hard to forgive and forget his ex-wife Nicole, and was still angry with her at her funeral. As per reports by TMZ, O.J. Simpson said he felt “angry,” feelings toward his late wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, at her funeral.
In a clip from the upcoming FOX special, “O.J. Simpson: The Lost Confession?” Simpson described what he wanted to say to Nicole Brown Simpson.
“That was tough … I still had so many feelings of [anger],” O.J. Simpson told his book publisher Judith Regan in an interview. “If you’re angry with the person upon their death … it’s not like that anger disappears.”
Simpson also brought up the infamous 911 call where the former footballer could be heard yelling in the background of Nicole Brown Simpson’s call for police help. Simpson said he warned her of what was going on and at her funeral, he wanted to say to her, “I told you.”
“[At the funeral], You’re still trying to deal with you’re never going to be able to say this to this person,” Simpson said.
Simpson also mentioned that he doesn’t remember what he said to Nicole Brown Simpson when he kissed her goodbye. But just after he walked away from her, Simpson said Julia Bown stopped him, looked him straight in the eye and asked, “O.J., did you have anything to do with this?”
Simpson said he responded, “no.”
The video clip surfaced after TMZ released a short snippet of the FOX special on Wednesday which showed Simpson explaining the reason why he went to Nicole Brown Simpson’s house the night she was killed.
The FOX special is a one-on-one interview with O.J. Simpson about his new book, “If I Did It,” where he shares a “hypothetical” account of how Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman were murdered on June 12, 1994.
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