Kris Jenner, former wife of late O.J. Simpson defense attorney Robert Kardashian and mother to Khloe, Kim and the rest of the Kardashian gang has revealed in her soon to be released memoir that she believes O.J. Simpson was guilty of murdering Nicole Brown Simpson.
In her memoir “Kris Jenner …and All Things Kardashian,” Kris claims that Nicole told her:
“(O.J.’s) going to kill me and he’s going to get away with it.”
According to the book:
“(Nicole) was a wreck,” and “She was convinced that someone was looking in her windows and climbing through her bushes in the middle of the night.”
Kris goes on to say that Nicole Simpson called her on the night of June 12, 1994 and said to Kris:
“Can you get over here…? I need to talk to you–it’s really important.”
Jenner then told Nicole that she was “tied up” at the moment to which Nicole responded, “That’s okay, (but) can you meet me tomorrow for lunch?” while adding “I really have to talk to you about something really, really important.’
That was the last conversation the women ever had, less than 24 hours after the phone call Nicole Brown Simpson was found at murdered at the Brentwood home she shared with O.J. Simpson.
According to the New York Post Jenner wrote:
“I instinctively knew that in some way O.J. had something to do with her death,” writes Jenner. “I truly couldn’t believe she had been so betrayed by the person who she had once loved most. That O.J. would be so destructive and selfish and jealous. That he would do that to her was just mind-blowing to me. All these thoughts were running through my mind: This can’t be true.”
Jenner reveals in her book that she feels as if she “let her down” referring to Nicole, then again there was no possible way she could have known O.J. Simpson would take things so far.
It’s also important to keep in mind that Jenner was not married to Kardashian at the time of the trial, she had been with current husband Bruce Jenner for three years at the start of the trial.
In any case it had to be awkward to watch your ex-husband defend the man in court who most likely murdered one of your best friends.