Kris Jenner Uses Nicole Brown Simpson, Ronald Goldman Murders to Sell Her Book

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LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Kris Jenner is using alleged details about the Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman murders to sell her new book “Kris Jenner and all Things Kardashian”.  It remains unclear if any proceeds from Kris Jenner’s book will go to the families of Nicole Brown Simpson or Ronald Goldman. Yet Jenner details how she thinks she could have saved Nicole Brown from Simpson, even though Robert Kardashian, as co-counsel defense of OJ Simpson, saved Simpson from a murder conviction.

New excepts from the book have been released in advance of publication. Those excerpts contain shocking claims about Brown and Simpson. “He’s going to kill me and he’s going to get away with it” Kris claims Nicole told her.

It remains unexplained how Kris Jenner can recall alleged exact quotations from Nicole Brown seventeen years after they were purportedly made. But Jenner details what she claims are alleged exact statements by Brown nearly two decades ago.

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Kardashian would ultimately become part of the Simpson criminal defense team, advocating his innocence. But Kris Jenner writes in her book “I instinctively knew that in some way O.J. had something to do with her death.”

Goldman and Brown were murdered on Bundy Drive in Brentwood on 10:50 pm on June 12, 1994. But Kardashian claims that Brown called her early that day asking for her to save her life. Allegedly Brown said to Jenner “Can you get over here…? I need to talk to you. It’s really important’.”

She also claims Brown said “That’s okay, can you meet me tomorrow for lunch? I really have to talk to you about something really, really important.”

Jenner says in her book that, following news of Brown’s death, she was screaming “‘Oh my God! It’s too late! It’s too late!’…The realization that she had wanted to confide in me hit me so hard. … And I had let her down.” Neither the Brown, Goldman, nor Simpson families have yet to comment about Jenner’s claims.

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