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O.J. Simpson is back in the headlines, but this time, its because of his former manager, Norman Pardo.
Norman is apparently shopping around a 90-minute documentary concerning the infamous investigation, according to a report from Page Six.
In the doc, titled Who Killed Nicole, Norman talked about an exchange he had with Simpson, who told the him about the affair he had with Jenner. In the early 1990’s, OJ, Kris, Rob Kardashian (who was O.J.’s best friend and Kris’ then-husband), and Nicole Simpson gathered in a jacuzzi while on vacation. Rob and Nicole exited the hot tub, leaving O.J. and Kris, who were close friends, behind.
Norman says thats when, “O.J. said he stood up, pulled his shorts down and, I’ll give you exactly what he said: ‘Her eyes bugged out of her head and I fucked that B until I broke her. That was as messed up as you can possibly get.”
Adding that, Kris was said to be in so much pain after the encounter she needed to go to the hospital. “She came to [O.J.’s] room and said, ‘Can you take me to the hospital?'” He said, ‘No. Have Rob do it.'”
Shortly after, both couples got divorced. Norman says O.J. told him of the incident back in 2003.
For years now, many have wondered if the former football player was the father of Khloe Kardashian, but O.J. denied those rumors last year. Recently, a prison guard O.J. befriended in jail, decided he would write a book about information he learned and gathered from O.J. during their 7 years together in prison. When it came to conversations about Rob and Kris, O.J. told the now retired guard, Jeffrey Felix, “I would never do that to my friend Bob [Kardashian, who was Simpson’s lawyer]. I would never tap Kris.”
In 2013, Kris Jenner shot down reports of an affair with OJ, telling Touch magazine, “This is an absolute lie and not true. I have never had an affair with O.J. Simpson.”
My question is, what does Norman Pardo expect us to do with this information? The documentary is expected to be released online June 12th, the 25th anniversary of Nicole Brown Simpson and Robert Goldman’s murders.
Written by Clarke Jones