But Prody said she was impressed by Simpson and initially could not believe he was suspected of murder. Before long, the two fell in love and moved to Florida together.
But the relationship soon turned rocky, and Prody claims Simpson constantly compared her to his deceased ex-wife. She claims he convinced her to get breast implants so she could look more like Nicole, yet would make comments saying "that her lifestyle led her to what happened, basically. That she was asking for it, deserved it. That's what he stated quite often."
"I felt like I had no choice" but to stay with him, Prody said.
The police were called four times to intervene in the couple's relationship, and Simpson once called 911 from Prody's apartment because he was concerned about her drug use.
"We have a problem here," Simpson said on the 911 recording. "I'm trying to get a girl to rehab. She's been doing drugs for two days with Pedro Guerrero who just got arrested for cocaine."
But Allred said it was Simpson who introduced Prody to drugs.
"I think O.J. Simpson should really think about his life," Allred said. "He's the one that has to take responsibility and be held accountable."
Prody supported Simpson during his trial for armed robbery and kidnapping but said "everything" has changed and she will not stand by him anymore.
"I have a new baby, a new man," she aid. "My life is completely different."
But while Prody said she is worried about her young family's safety if Simpson is released from prison, "now I realize that I don't think he's getting out -- at least I hope he's not."