In a slew of un-earthed journals belonging to Nicole – who was killed in 1994 – document in detail up to 60 different incidents of alleged beatings.
Nicole Brown Simpson’s diaries will be made public for the first time in a new documentary, which airs on Investigation Discovery on October 5th, about her relationship with O.J. Simpson.
“O.J. & Nicole: An American Tragedy,” a two-hour Investigation Discovery special, will coincide with the 25th anniversary of Simpson’s acquittal in the infamous murder case.
Nicole Brown Simpson’s sister, Tanya Brown, is speaking out about the aspiring photographer’s murder and her relationship with her husband, O.J. Simpson.
Her entries detail the alleged physical and mental abuse she suffered at the hands O.J., who was acquitted of the killing of Nicole Brown and her friend Ron Goldman in 1994.
In one scene from the upcoming Investigation Discovery film, Tanya said according to the Mail: “Maybe she knew this was her destiny and maybe subconsciously she knew something was going to happen. Maybe that’s why she kept real detailed diary entries.”
Nicole wrote about 60 occasions that Simpson allegedly physically abused and threatened her including during their stormy marriage.
In scratchy handwriting, she wrote how he first beat her up in 1978 and punched and kicked her in their hotel room for hours while she tried to escape.
For the next 16 years, the abuse included flipping out into a jealous rage and smashing her car up, throwing her against walls, and repeatedly leaving her blackened and bruised.
In the documentary former LAPD officer John Edwards recounts going to Simpson’s house the following year and finding a badly beaten Nicole after she called 911.
He says: ‘A woman came running out, a tall blonde woman, and she was yelling ‘he’s gonna kill me’. I said who? She said: ‘OJ’. I said ‘OJ Simpson?’ She said: ‘You’ve been up here eight times already and you’ve done nothing about it’.
During his testimony at Simpson’s trial Edwards said that Nicole ‘collapsed on me’ and was ‘wet and shivering, she was cold and she was beaten up’.
Nicole had a cut one inch on her left upper lip, a swollen right forehead and her right eye was starting to blacken
Edwards told the jury: ‘I could see on her face she had a mark like a hiking boot, she looked like she’d been kicked in the head
‘I look over my head and here comes OJ Simpson right to where the gate is and he’s yelling, I mean screaming: ‘I don’t want you around here anymore. I got two women, I don’t want you around here anymore’.
Simpson was arrested for spousal battery and later pleaded no contest to the charges.
OJ is guilty as sin. The “trial of the century” was a big joke and a major slap in the face, not only to the Brown and Goldman families but to the American public as well. So much for the justice system…
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