Brown and Goldmans Feud Over Simpson Book

The controversial O.J. Simpson book "If I Did It," a so-called hypothetical account of the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman ghostwritten by Pablo Fenjves, was finally released in stores Thursday, after public outcry forced publisher HarperCollins to cancel its release. In a new twist, the family of Ron Goldman now owns the rights to the book, allowing them to reap the lion's share of the profits from a book they initially called "disgusting" and "despicable." For Nicole's...Full Story
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