OJ Simpson’s friend said the former NFLer couldn’t let his ex-wife go, kept photos of her displayed in home

O.J. Simpson reportedly couldn’t let go of his wife even 20 years after her york post report A convicted felon allegedly displayed several photos of Nicole Brown Simpson around his Miami home for all to see.

Mr. Simpson passed away last week from prostate cancer.

His family posted the following on his Surrounded by grandchildren.During this time of transition, the family asks: Please respect their wishes for privacy and elegance. – The Simpson family. ”

Charles Ehrlich, an accomplice in the 2007 armed robbery of a former NFL player in Last Vegas, said Simpson “had pictures of his ex-wife all over the house. He, his wife and their family were together.” … They were everywhere,” he said. ”

Nicole and her friend Ron Goldman found stabbed to death Outside his home in Brentwood, California, in June 1994. Simpson’s case became famous in 1995 when he was acquitted of murder charges in the deaths of Mr. and Mrs. Simpson. However, the Post reported that Mr. Simpson was ordered to pay $33.5 million to the victim’s family after his death. He was found responsible for the death in a civil court.

Ehrlich maintained that Simpson did not commit the murder. Ehrlich and Simpson reportedly met at a dinner party in Miami in the early 2000s.

“If you did something so horrible that you had pictures of your ex-wife all over the house, you don’t want to be reminded of things like that, right?”

Ehrlich also said that Simpson gets teary-eyed every time he is asked if he had anything to do with his ex-wife’s murder.

“”[I] I would never have done anything this bad,” Ehrlich said Simpson once mentioned.

Simpson grew up in San Francisco and attended the University of Southern California. He won the Heisman Trophy as college football’s Most Valuable Player in his 1968 year, and eventually he played as a running back in the NFL.

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The Buffalo Bills selected him with the first pick in the 1969 NFL Draft. He earned the nickname “The Juice” and went on to earn five first-team All-Pro appearances and six Pro Bowl appearances. He surpassed his college best in the professional leagues, rushing for 2,000 yards in one season and winning the MVP title in 1973. After nine years with the Buffalo Bills, he spent his final two seasons with the San Francisco 49ers.

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