Will we finally learn what exactly happened the night Nicole Brown and her close friend Ronald Goldman were murdered? This Sunday, the interview with O.J. Simpson from 2006 is set to air, and we hear that the disgraced former sportsman has revealed his version of what took place.
O.J. was interviewed by Judith Regan at the time, and the point was for him to promote his book If I Did It.
The controversial book details Simpson’s own fictional ideas about the murders.
The interview which will be released this weekend after so many years is now titled ‘O.J. Simpson: The Lost Confession,’ but back then, Fox decided to pull the plug on it after the Goldman and Brown families as well as many of the network’s affiliates protested.
After conducting the shocking interview, Regan said: ‘This is a historic case, and I consider this his confession.’
Amid the whole thing, the controversial book’s publication was also canceled.
However, we know that back in 2006, there were reports which claimed his ‘literary confession’ could have actually been the truth or a version of it.
On June 12, 1994, O.J. explained in the book that a pal named Charlie told him Nicole was involved in threesomes and doing drugs.
And that is why, according to Simpson, Charlie and the murderer went to the woman’s house with the only goal of scaring her.
Apparently, O.J. explained how the killer wore gloves and took a knife that he had in his truck just for self-protection.
However, Charlie reportedly took the knife from him immediately after.
It has to be noted that O.J.’s book events are only a hypothetical version of what might have happened.
The killer was supposedly sure Brown was planning to get intimate with someone as the kids slept.
When Goldman showed up at her house, it seemed like his fears were confirmed.
The murderer then confronted Brown’s friend, and when she came out of the house obviously angry, she fell and hit her head on the sidewalk.
In a blur, the murder grabbed the knife from Charlie and the next thing he knew he was covered in blood after stabbing Goldman, killing him.
It is still unclear how much of Simpson’s book is fiction and how much fact.