Can’t Live. Can’t Live Without…

Football superstar O.J. Simpson’s ex-wife told friends she feared for her life in the weeks before her brutal murder.

A STAR investigation has uncovered a shocking pattern of violence, obsession and jealousy in the volatile relationship between Simpson – who went on to fame in movies, TV and commercials – and his beautiful blonde wife, Nicole Simpson. Continue reading Can’t Live. Can’t Live Without…

A Model Victim of Abuse

Nicole was a typical battered wife – and O.J., 46, had a “classic case of obsession,” said Forward, author of the book “Obsessive Love: When It Hurts Too Much To Let Go.”

“After they separated, O.J. kept pursuing her,” Forward told The ENQUIRER… She was living in terror. he was always accusing her of seeing other men. If she went to a gas station to get gas for her car; O.J. would demand to know if she was seeing the gas station attendant and there’d be a big fight!

“When she was seeing me, Nicole still had a lot of loving feelings for O.J. She kept seeking the love of the man who beat her.

“Nicole would lie curled up on my couch in a fetal position, crying, with no make-up, torn jeans and stringy hair. She looked like a helpless waif… Continue reading A Model Victim of Abuse

Footnote to an Astonishing Fate?

The end, last week, was off-camera.

After the bloody steps, the heart-rending funerals, the surreal chase through the twilight of Los Angeles, O.J. Simpson surrendered himself into the darkness his life has become.

It was a peaceful end, a surprisingly peaceful end, to a week that was drenched in trauma, tension and blood.

On Sunday night, O.J.’s ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend, a young waiter-model named Ronald Goldman, were stabbed to death outside her $650,000 town house.

Almost from the moment their bodies were found less than two hours later, as crumpled and porous as Caesar’s, suspicion focused on O.J.

Newsweek Magazine (June 27 1994) Continue reading Footnote to an Astonishing Fate?