Los Angeles, September 26 (CINEWS): It’s been two decades prior since Nicole Brown Simpson was lamentably killed; however Kris Jenner concedes regardless she feels fairly in charge of her companion’s unfavorable demise. The momager has opened up about the case in another narrative, uncovering how she could have helped keep the notorious homicide.
Nicole Brown Simpson’s passing brought about a standout amongst the most well-known homicide cases in Hollywood history, and Kris Jenner, 59, concedes that she may have had the ability to stop it. In the new LMN narrative The Secret Tapes of the O.J. Case: The Untold Story, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians female authority opens up about her dear companion’s deplorable passing, conceding that she laments not having the capacity to spare her in the midst of indications of what she calls an inexorably injurious association with her ex, football player O.J. Simpson, 68.
“Toward the end of Nicole’s life, I think she at long last was at a spot where she knew she must be more vocal with what was going on and she was in a bad position,” Kris says in the new narrative, as per ABC News. “The one thing she would tell constantly, you know, it got to that level would he say he was’, ‘going to murder me and he’s going to escape with it.’ I will dependably feel remorseful that I didn’t give careful consideration and didn’t talk up when I thought anything wasn’t right or asked her more, ‘Would you like to discuss it?'”
As a refresher, Nicole — who petitioned for the separation from O.J. two years before her homicide — was discovered wounded to death in her home, alongside her companion Ronald Goldman. Despite the fact that O.J. was captured, and all the proof appeared to demonstrate he was the killer, he was in the long run vindicated in 1995. Kris’ late ex Robert Kardashian – the father of her now celebrated kids Khloe Kardashian, Kim Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, and Rob Kardashian – broadly dealt with his protection group close by the late Johnnie Cochran.
Kris says in the narrative that she and Robert never talked about the trial. She likewise asserts that O.J. conversed with her via telephone from prison while the procedures were going on and that he advised her, “I didn’t do it.” While he may have become off of the homicide allegations, the NFL star was later indicted theft, hijacking, and thievery in the wake of raging a Las Vegas lodging room with other men and taking memorabilia from two games collectibles merchants in 2008. O.J. was sentenced to up to 33 years in jail with the likelihood of parole and is right now serving time in a Nevada remedial