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New plans for OJ Simpson book
01.01.70 | Alison Bone
Rights to O.J. Simpson's If I Did It were passed yesterday to the relatives of Ron Goldman, murdered with Nicole Brown Simpson in 1994, Reuters reports. The book was originally scheduled to be published by HarperCollins late last year, but HC dropped it before its release.
Rights to the book will now be held in the name of Ron Goldman LLC, according to Reuters, and it will be marketed "under the true crime genre". Family lawyer David Cook told the news agency that he had "received several inquiries about the book from literary agents in recent weeks". The Goldmans are considering changing the title to I Did It, or Confessions of a Double Murderer.