Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Denise Brown Says Boycott Goldman's OJ Book

Last month, a federal bankruptcy judge awarded rights to OJ Simpson's book "If I Did It" to the Goldman family to help satisfy a $38 million wrongful death judgment against Simpson. In a statement, murder victim Nicole Brown's sister Denise accused Goldman's father, Fred Goldman, and other family members of hypocrisy for publishing a book that he had called "disgusting and despicable" when Simpson first planned to publish it. Denise says she is shocked and horrifed that the Goldman's literary agent reached an agreement with Beaufort Books to publish the controversal book. She also says she can't bear the fact that her sister's two children "will have to be subjected to this step by step manual on how their mother and her friend Ron were murdered."