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OJ Simpson Talks Life after Prison & 25 Years since Nicole Brown Simpson's Murder

Monica Otayza
Jun 12, 2019
04:20 A.M.
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Twenty-five years after the death of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her alleged boyfriend Ronald Goldman, OJ Simpson speaks about his life after prison.

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It's been twenty-five years since the football Hall of Famer was jailed for murdering his ex-wife and her alleged boyfriend in her own home. Now 71-years-old, OJ Simpson shares that "life is fine" as he is currently living happy and healthy in Las Vegas. 

A Carefree Life

According to Simpson, he is enjoying the life he lives now, playing golf almost every day and keeping in touch with his children. 

When the tragic incident that happened on June 12, 1994, was brought up, Simpson said that neither he or his children wanted to talk about it. 

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"We don't need to go back and relive the worst day of our lives. The subject of the moment is the subject I will never revisit again. My family and I have moved on to what we call the "no negative zone." We focus on the positives."

Missed Milestones

While the former football player was acquitted for the crime, relatives of the two victims are disgusted by the way he's living life now while their loved ones' lives were cut short because of his alleged fit of anger. 

According to Robert Goldman's sister Kim, she is angered that her brother is not able to share the same milestones that she does. 

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"I don't suffocate in my grief. But every milestone that my kid hits, every milestone that I hit, you know, those are just reminders of what I'm not able to share with my brother and what he is missing out on."

The mystery of Brown and Goldman's murders

OJ Simpson was the primary suspect for the murders of Nicole Brown and Robert Goldman. However, due to lack of evidence, he was acquitted of the crime in 1995, and the case remained unresolved. 

No one knows the true story that occurred that night, or who actually killed Brown and Goldman because Simpson had always defended his innocence. 

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However, one of his previous interviews may hint that he was actually the one who murdered both of them, as he described a "hypothetical" situation in such detail that it seemed real. 

The hypothetical situation

According to Simpson, a friend named Charlie "supposedly" told him that Brown and Goldman were together romantically and that Simpson drove to her house with a cap, knife, and a pair of gloves. 

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He then allegedly saw Goldman around the property and got angry. This was when he "hypothetically" hit Brown with the blunt end of a knife as she told him to get out of her property, and killed them both. 

While he told people this was a hypothetical situation, the way he said it in such detail sparked speculation. 

Life after the murder speculations

However, now that the unsolved case remains the same 25 years later, it's going to be a long shot for the case to ever be revisited again. He had another run-in with the law though, when he was found guilty of ten charges during a robbery case, which ultimately led to his jail time. 

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OJ now lives a quiet and peaceful life away from the spotlight, occasionally granting interviews here and there.

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