Nicole Brown Simpson’s sister Tanya Brown wasn’t impressed with O.J. Simpson’s “conflict-free life” comment that he made before a Nevada parole board on Thursday.
During the hearing, the disgraced football star said, “I’ve basically lived a conflict-free life.” He was soon after granted freedom, and he is expected to be released from prison as soon as Oct. 1.
“I’m like, really? You beat my sister, regardless of . . . murdering her and Ron [Goldman],” Brown told TMZ. “The fact is that my sister has diary entries dating back to, what, 1978 about abuse that was inflicted.”
She said she had to remind herself that the parole hearing was about the armed-robbery conviction and not the double murder accusations.
“In order for me not to get mad or get depressed or get anxious, that’s the mindset that I have to have — that this is the law,” Brown told Fox News. “It is what it is. I can’t control things that I can’t change. My only option is to just accept it.”
To hear from some of the original jurors of The People vs. O.J. Simpson case, tune in to "The Jury Speaks" on Oxygen Saturday, July 22 at 9/8c.
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