O.J. & Nicole Simpson

PHOTO: O.J. & Nicole Simpson. NEWSWEEK

One of the best-known cases in sports history is that of O.J. Simpson, the legendary NFL player who in 1994 starred in one of the most lurid episodes when he was accused of murdering his ex wife, Nicole Brown.

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Now, 28 years later, a new book will be released that presents the shocking theory that it was Nicole’s parents who framed Simpson in order to keep a property that was in the player’s name.



The case that shocked America and the world

On June 12, 1994, model Nicole Brown and her friend-lover, Ron Goldman, were found dead in the backyard of Nicole’s Los Angeles home. Five days later, police found the evidence to incriminate one of America’s most famous football players, O. J. Simpson, who was Brown’s ex husband.

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Simpson had a history of physically assaulting Brown and threatening to kill her, so after a long and mediatic manhunt, he was arrested and charged with both murders. However, at trial in 1995, he was acquitted of all charges.

New book offers another theory

The book ‘The Sealed Envelope: Who Framed O.J. Simpson for Their Murders, How They Did It and Why They Got Away With It’, written by Sheryll and Shatelaine Shipley, is about to be published and offers a new and scandalous theory on the matter.

The text claims that it was Brown’s now deceased parents and his siblings who framed Simpson for the murder, in what would have been a premeditated maneuver so that they could continue to live in a house owned by O.J.

It points out that Simpson was going to get rid of the house where Brown lived after attempts to reconcile with her failed, and if he was found guilty, it would end the eviction of the property, of which he was the owner.

The authors note that Simpson and Brown’s divorce in 1992 was a financial blow to Nicole’s family, which was financially dependent on him.

Tanya Brown, Nicole’s sister, told TMZ that Simpson does not deserve a second chance, and criticized The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, stating that it “didn’t take families into account.”