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OJ Simpson’s stunning never-before-seen residence films to be AUCTIONED by former supervisor

OJ Simpson’s shocking never-before-seen home movies to be AUCTIONED by former manager


O.J. Simpson’s former supervisor is about to promote never-before-seen residence movies of the disgraced former NFL star.

Norman Pardo intends to public sale the novice footage, in keeping with RadarOnline on Wednesday, which reportedly exhibits O.J. speaking about Howard Stern, Barbara Walters and others.

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O.J. Simpson’s former supervisor is about to promote never-before-seen residence movies of the disgraced former NFL star[/caption]

The 70 hours of never-seen footage comes after Pardo launched a documentary in regards to the killing of Simpson’s ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson and her pal Ron Goldman.

He describes the documentary, Who Killed Nicole, as lastly fixing the thriller of who killed the sportsman’s ex-wife and her pal.

Brown and Goldman had been stabbed to dying in 1994 and Simpson was famously acquitted of the grotesque killings.

Pardo stated he met Simpson in 1999 and requested whether or not he was responsible, in keeping with Radar.

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Norman Pardo intends to public sale the novice footage, in keeping with RadarOnline on Wednesday, which reportedly exhibits O.J. speaking about Howard Stern, Barbara Walters and others[/caption]

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Nicole Brown (proper) and Goldman had been stabbed to dying in 1994 and O.J. (left) was famously acquitted of the grotesque killings.[/caption]

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O.J. was acquitted at his felony trial and located to be accountable for their deaths at a later civil trial[/caption]


“You don’t need to know what occurred that night time,” he stated Simpson informed him. “Simply let it go!”

After the trial, the households of Brown and Goldman filed a lawsuit towards Simpson.

On February 4, 1997, the jury unanimously discovered Simpson accountable for each deaths they usually had been awarded compensatory and punitive damages totalling $33.5 million.

O.J. was later convicted of armed theft in 2008 and served 9 years in a Nevada jail earlier than being launched on parole in 2017.

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