The pair were stabbed to death at her home in California on June 12, 1994 – leading to OJ’s so-called Trial of the Century and subsequent acquittal
The pair were stabbed to death at her home in California on June 12, 1994 – leading to OJ’s so-called Trial of the Century and subsequent acquittal.
But it seems as though the world was not aware of some private aspects of the pair’s rocky marriage, as her personal diaries have been published for the first time, Daily Mail reports.
In fact, Nicole reportedly recounted the abuse she suffered where she wrote that he once screamed at her: “Get out my f*ing house you fat a liar!”
What’s more, Nicole – who was best friends with Kris Jenner at the time – detailed around 60 separate occasions on which she claimed he allegedly physically abused and threatened her during their union.
The several diaries – which were found in Nicole’s safe deposit box alongside photos of her bruised face – unveils her notes about many alleged incidents, including one in 1978 when she claimed OJ first beat her up.
The ordeal allegedly saw OJ punch and kick her in their hotel room for hours as she tried to escape, but was unable to.
Other shocking alleged ordeals the diary details take place during the next 16 years of their marriage.
Nicole claimed that the abuse would often see the former NFL superstar be unable to control his rage, and subsequently smash her car up, throw her against walls, and leave her heavily bruised.
Nicole alleged that one time OJ beat her up so badly that her jumper and socks were torn off her body.
Another alleged incident claims he screamed “I have a gun in my hand, get the f*** out of here!” at her.
Though eventually acquitted of these murders, OJ was jailed in 2007 and spent nine years behind bars for his role in a sports memorabilia heist.
The sports star, nicknamed The Juice, was freed in October 2017 and in the three years since his release, OJ has built a new life for himself in Sin City.
Nicole’s diary is set to feature in a new documentary dubbed OJ and Nicole: An American Tragedy, on Investigation Discovery.
Investigation Discovery boss Henry Schleiff said: “This documentary is not here to retell the famous trial, but to remember the woman who struggled with domestic violence and now tells her side of the story, in her words, for the first time.”
The doc is set to air on Monday October 3rd to coincide with the 25th anniversary of Simpson’s acquittal.
Nicole’s heartbroken sister Tanya Brown, says in the film: “Maybe she knew this was her destiny and maybe subconsciously she knew something was going to happen
“Maybe that’s why she kept real detailed diary entries.”
The diary entries were not admitted into evidence during Simpson’s trial because the judge ruled they were hearsay.
Nicole’s first entry in 1978 was when she detailed that her once ‘fairytale boyfriend’ had a dark side, as she wrote: “1st time he beat me up after Louis + Nanie Mary anniversary party. Started on the street corner of NYC 5th Ave at about 9 (pm).
“Threw me on the floor, hit me, kicked me. we went to the hotel where he continued to beat me for hours and I continued crawling for the door.”