Kris Jenner’s Memoir “I Never Believed O.J., Not For One Second”

Intern Oct 29 11 6 Comments

Kris has been very vocal about relationships, parenting,entertainment indusrty, aging and even uncontrollably bladders. However the media momager has always been tightlipped about the murder of her best friend, Nicole Simpson. Nicole Simpson was the ex-wife of NFL legend O.J. Simpsons who was murdered outside of her Los Angelos home with her friend Ron Goldman. Since learing about the murder Kris was automatically thrown into the media chaos during the trial. WHY? She was the ex wife of “OJ Dream Team”attorney Robert Kardashian.  In Kris Jenner new memoir “Kris Jenner…And All Things Kardashian” she reveals her intimate thoughts surrounding the murder of her best friend.

Radaronline had the exclusive look at her true feelings about O.J. Simpson. Check out some of the excerpts from her  future New York Best Selling memoir which hits bookstores November 1.

“I never believed O.J., not for one second.” After learning of Nicole’s shocking death “I instinctively knew that in some way O.J. had something to do with her death.” Kris writes.

“According to Robert, that night or shortly thereafter, O.J. said that he wanted to go for a walk, and he needed to go by himself. He said he needed to go “talk to Nicole.” So he went on this really long walk…I’ll always wonder what O.J. did on that walk. Did he take the knife out of the golf bag and throw it into a canyon or in somebody’s trash can? That still haunts me.”

“If The Gloves Doesn’t Fit, You Must Acquit“. Kris claims she was with Nicole when she bought gloves very similar to the infamous leather version O.J. tried on during the trial, but when he put them on for the jury they were obviously shrunken from contact with a liquid. “It was such a ruse,” she claims.

Although she was devastated about the  NOT GUILTY conviction she knew OJ would somehow pay the price for his actions. Not only was he hit with a civil suit but in 2008 he was sentenced to 33 years in prison for several felony convictions including kidnapping, criminal conspiracy and assault with a deadly weapon. Robert Kardashian admitted in a 1996 interview that he had “doubts” about his friend’s innocence but he died in 2003 without ever revealing more details.

WOW, What do you guys think about Kris Jenner book?

Spotted @radaronline.com

 

6 Comments to “Kris Jenner’s Memoir “I Never Believed O.J., Not For One Second””

  1. Demetria says:

    I believe her book will be good and i will defiantly but it

  2. SYNHEND says:

    1996 – 2003 was enough time to speak out if he wanted to.
    Too much blood for OJ to have done it.

  3. amendli2 says:

    For seeking Interr-acial Love , i think i have
    the best choice__ HoTβlαckwhitе.СòM __ it’s where to- me-et bla-ck, whit-e, gorgeous, bea-utiful for rom-ance and- enduring relation-ship-s ! – it’s the best place for s’eeking int’erracial lo-ve. which gives you a chance to make your life better and open opportunities for you to me-et the at’tractive s’ingles and treat you like a king or Queen. Maybe you wanna check it out or tell your frie-nds.

  4. Beth says:

    If you don’t already KNOW that Oj did it, then you are an idiot. Simple as that. I watch KUWTK all the time and had no idea Kris knew Nicole. Her husband defending the murderer of her best friend….I wonder how they slept side by side at night together. Awkwardness to the max.

  5. Bec says:

    To Beth: They were already divorced. Still must have been uncomfortable though, since they had kids together, which I would think meant a certain level of contact.

  6. Bec says:

    Forgot to add, I totally agree, he did it and anyone with a functional brain should be able to figure that out. I couldn’t believe my black friends at work when the verdict was announced., they were thrilled.. They saw the look on my face and asked me “You think he did it?” I explained that I did and why and within a few minutes several of them changed their minds. They had been blinded by race.

Subscribe to these comments by RSS

Leave A Comment

You can change your comment avatar at Gravatar.com.
Using this site means you agree and will adhere to all rules, terms, and policies.


XHTML: You can use these tags: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>