Cora was aware of the couple’s stormy relationship. But on this special night it was as if O.J. had never once raised his hand in anger against Nicole.
“They were so content. They were like a normal married couple,” she says.
Christmas was the “crunch” time for Nicole to decide whether she should return on a permanent basis to the Rockingham mansion. Continue reading The Ghost of Christmas Past.
Her detractors point to this as evidence of dissolution. More likely, she was giddy after having spent fifteen years under the thumb of O.J. Simpson.
Why did Nicole surround herself with the vacuous likes of Kato Kaelin and Ron Goldman?
She probably enjoyed sticking it to her ex. She probably also enjoyed being around men who were adoring and pliant and, above all, young. Continue reading Intimidate or Manipulate? NO!
Simpson was, at that moment, losing his proudest possession, his wife. Fed up with O.J.’s abuse and his womanizing, she left Simpson in March of 1992.
His jealous ranting showed up on another 911 tape in 1993. Nicole had called the police after Simpson had kicked in the french doors at the back of the house. On the tape, Simpson’s careful diction is gone.
“He’s going to beat the s–t out of me,” Nicole pleads with the operator. Continue reading The Loss of a Proud Possession…