Kim Goldman, the bereaved sister of Ron Goldman who was killed along with Nicole Brown Simpson in 1994, admitted that she “fantasized” about running down O.J. Simpson and killing him with her car.
Goldman spoke about her fantasy to Oprah Winfrey on Oprah: Where Are They Now on Sunday, explaining that some time after O.J. Simpson was acquitted of the murders she saw him walking in the parking lot of a strip mall.
She added that she was very tempted, to the point of almost doing it, to run him over, something she said would have been the easiest thing in the world to do.
Back in May, Kim Goldman spoke to the Today show about the incident, as reported by the New York Post:
“I was driving in a strip mall and this figure walked in front of my car, and I knew it was him. I studied him, I watched him, I knew that swagger. And I put my foot on the pedal. I white-knuckled it, I was revving the engine, and I thought, ‘I could take him out and nobody would ever know.”
But it seems that Goldman doesn’t have the killer instinct that other people have, as she revealed that she couldn’t do it, no matter how tempting the chance, as she is “not a killer.”
She said, “I thought of my dad, and I just couldn’t put him through that. But I definitely fantasized it.”
Due to Kim Goldman’s close relationship with her brother, she took his murder extremely badly, as is evident from a book she released, entitled Can’t Forgive: My Twenty-Year Battle with O.J. Simpson.
Even though Simpson was acquitted of the murders of Ron Goldman and Nicole Simpson Brown, he is currently behind bars following his conviction in 2007 for kidnapping and weapons offenses.