Knowing O.J. Simpson, he’s out socializing with a couple of young women after his latest legal victory. A Los Angeles judge on Tuesday sided with him in an attempt to collect on the millions he owes from a 1997 civil court judgment.
Fred Goldman, the father of the man Simpson probably killed, and his attorney seldom miss an opportunity to try to collect on that judgment. They pounce “every time they hear a rumor, see something on television, or read in an internet news posting, a mere vague allegation involving Mr. Simpson’s commercial exploitation of himself,” the former athlete’s attorney told the court.
— Robert Littal (@BSO) January 30, 2018
Goldman sued Simpson in civil court three years after a jury acquitted the former athlete in 1994 of murdering Goldman’s son, Ron Goldman, and his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson. Simpson was ordered to pay Goldman $33.5 million, which has ballooned to more than $70 million.
This latest attempt to cash in stemmed from the ex-football star selling autographs after his prison release in October for armed …read more
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