More Stories by Ryan. Robert Shapiro did in fact try on one of the evidence gloves during the O.J. Simpson case to see whether it might fit his client, the still practicing lawyer revealed in an interview with Megyn Kelly.May 16, 2016
He was a great guy,” Simpson said in his third Twitter video. “He met and married Kris and they really had a terrific time together, when they were together. Even though there reportedly aren't any genetic ties, the relationship between Simpson and the Kardashian family still goes way back.Jun 18, 2019
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Simpson was tried and acquitted for the murders of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald "Ron" Goldman. Following perfunctory questioning by police detectives, Simpson was formally charged with the murders on June 17, 1994, after investigators found a blood-stained glove on his property.
After retirement, O.J.'s net worth had grown to over $10 million, equivalent to $18 million today. But by 1995 his Brentwood estate was foreclosed and bulldozed. After serving nine years in prison, O.J. appears to be floating by with the help of his millionaire friends. Here's how “Juice” earned and lost his millions.Feb 26, 2020
Simpson is worth an estimated $3 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth, Wealthy Gorilla and GoBankingRates.com. That doesn't nearly make him the high-roller NFL player he once was, but it's easily enough to retire on as he settles in the Sunshine State.Aug 11, 2021
At the end of a sensational trial, former football star O.J. Simpson is acquitted of the brutal 1994 double murder of his estranged wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ronald Goldman. He reportedly regularly abused his wife and in 1989 pleaded no contest to a charge of spousal battery.
Eric Dickerson Los Angeles Rams running back Eric Dickerson, who had broken the single-season rookie rushing record in 1983, recorded the second 2,000-yard season in 1984. Dickerson rushed for 2,105 yards, the current NFL rushing record, and averaged 131.6 rushing yards per game.