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A federal bankruptcy judge Monday awarded 90 percent of the proceeds from the sale of the rights to O.J. Simpson's book "If I Did It" to the family of Ron Goldman, who was slain alongside Simpson's wife Nicole Brown Simpson in 1994.
The remaining 10 percent will go to a trustee for the Simpson estate to pay the former football star's creditors, including multimillion-dollar wrongful death judgments owed the Brown and Goldman families.
Originally posted by RedGolem
Thanks so much! Some of those details I did not know. With trying to pull some of the advanced release books this is no doubt going to be a rare book Worth big bucks on the collectible market.
Unforchanet really with the changed title and the fact that it could be very true.