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October 6, 1995 | By Shaun D. Mullen The L.A. Daily News, New York Post and New York Times contributed to this report
THE GREED STAMPEDE. The hills are alive with the sounds of people cashing in on the Trial of the Century. At the head of the line is O.J. Simpson himself. The Juice has professed to want nothing more than to spend time getting reacquainted with his young children. It's becoming clearer why: His good buddy Robert Kardashian, the second luckiest man in LaLa Land for not being forced to spill the beans on what he really knows about the double murders, reportedly has negotiated a $1 million deal with the Star supermarket tabloid for exclusive rights to O.J.'s post-trial reunion with 9-year-old Sydney and 7-year-old Justin.
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October 19, 1994 | BY SHAUN D. MULLEN The Los Angeles Daily News, New York Post, Associated Press and Reuters contributed to this report
FAYE AWRY. "Lies, all lies" is how O.J. pal Robert Kardashian describes Faye Resnick's "Nicole Brown Simpson: Diary of a Life Interrupted. " The book, some 700,000 copies of which hit stores this week, documents in lurid detail an affair Nicole may have had with football star and O.J. friend Marcus Allen, a lesbian encounter Nicole may have had with Resnick, and a slew of other things that may have happened in the last months of Nicole's life....
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September 10, 2000 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
A North Carolina prosecutor says Survivor TV star Kelly Wiglesworth might have to do community service to settle her 5-year-old credit-card fraud case. An agreement is expected to be reached with her attorney within the next month. Wiglesworth, 23, and a friend were accused of going on a shopping spree with someone else's credit card. Wiglesworth is wanted by Greensboro police on the 5-year-old warrant. It's not clear whether she will have to appear in court. Wiglesworth, a white-water-rafting guide, finished as the runner-up to the $1 million prize on the CBS television show.
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October 9, 1995 | By Shaun D. Mullen The New York Daily News and New York Post contributed to this report
THE THIN BLUES LINE. He feels used and betrayed and is seriously depressed. Allan Park? F. Lee Bailey? Geraldo Rivera? Judge Lance Ito? No, it's America's favorite racist cop. "He knows he didn't plant any evidence," says Mark Fuhrman's mother, Mary. "It was just a bunch of bull . . . to get O.J. off. " Mary Fuhrman says her infamous son is "real depressed and stuff," and feels especially betrayed by wannabe screenwriter Laura Hart McKinny, whose reluctant defense testimony on the many hours of Fuhrman's racist screed she tape-recorded blew the Trial of the Century wide open.
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November 27, 2013 | By Howard Gensler
IF YOU'RE like Tattle, you waste way too much time thinking about Kardashians and pondering the gossip equivalent to "Did Oswald act alone?" Who is Khloe 's father? Come on, you've always wondered why Khloe was the size of a basketball player and her sisters were more like curvy Keebler elves. Well, now it can be revealed. Her daddy is Frank Sinatra . Just a little Thanksgiving joke there. Sorry, Woody . Actually, the new In Touch magazine says Khloe's dad could very well be O.J. Simpson . O.J.'s manager, Norman Pardo , claims that Khloe's mom, Kris Jenner - at least we think she's Khloe's mom - slept with O.J., and that he - not her late ex-husband, and O.J.'s best friend/attorney Robert Kardashian - could be where Khloe gets her juice.
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February 15, 2013 | By Howard Gensler
IT'S VALENTINE'S DAY, and love - or whatever passes for love among celebrities - is in the air. Life & Style magazine, which tracks assorted "Bachelors" and "Bachelorettes" like a hound on a fox hunt, is confirming that present "Bachelor" Sean Lowe proposed to one of the 25 female contestants in Thailand when the show wrapped filming in November. Amazingly, he still seems to be engaged. "Sean and his fiancee are happy and committed to each other," said an anonymous insider.
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January 25, 2013 | By Tirdad Derakhshani, Inquirer Staff Writer
In a stunner, In Touch says Kris Jenner abused her kids when they were little. The mag claims it has a diary belonging to Kris' late ex-husband, Robert Kardashian Sr. , detailing instances of abuse. "Kris was kicking and beating" daughter Kim and "said she was going to kill her," the mag claims Robert wrote in an entry from 1980, when Kim was 8. "Kim was hysterical. " The diary alleges the Kardashian kabal matriarch neglected the kids while she was off gallivanting with her lover, a young soccer player named Todd Waterman : "She doesn't leave a number in case of emergency.
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July 16, 2008 | By Elizabeth Fox INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Jail for Kardashian in DUI Khloe Kardashian's next dose of reality will involve the Los Angeles County jail. The reality show star and youngest daughter of the late attorney Robert Kardashian admitted during a July 3 court hearing that she violated her probation stemming from a 2007 drunken driving arrest, according to court records. A Los Angeles Superior Court judge ordered Kardashian, who's featured on E! Entertainment Television's Keeping Up With the Kardashians, to surrender to authorities on Friday and serve up to 30 days in jail.
NEWS
September 10, 2000 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
A North Carolina prosecutor says Survivor TV star Kelly Wiglesworth might have to do community service to settle her 5-year-old credit-card fraud case. An agreement is expected to be reached with her attorney within the next month. Wiglesworth, 23, and a friend were accused of going on a shopping spree with someone else's credit card. Wiglesworth is wanted by Greensboro police on the 5-year-old warrant. It's not clear whether she will have to appear in court. Wiglesworth, a white-water-rafting guide, finished as the runner-up to the $1 million prize on the CBS television show.
NEWS
December 10, 1996 | by Blackie Sherrod, Dallas Morning News
Somewhere in that Great Library in the Sky, Edgar Allan Poe is sobbing loudly. Herman Melville, Stephen Foster and all starving artists who ever worked in filthy attics and plumbed garbage cans for supper lend wails in the background. These writers practically invented the word pittance. Beggars were better paid. We celebrated them all too late to quiet their growling stomachs. Melville got $700 for "Moby Dick," and at his death the man didn't even rate an obituary. Stephen Foster sold "O Susanna" for a C-note and was forced to turn out cheap potboilers to keep him in bread and whiskey.
NEWS
October 10, 1995 | By Shaun D. Mullen The Los Angeles Daily News, Los Angeles Times and Associated Press contributed to this report
BACK TO THE FUTURE. Life goes on for the players in the Trial of the Century. Here's a look at what the future may portend: Marcia Clark: The prosecutor has inked a megabuck deal with the William Morris Agency, which is exploring book, TV and movie deals for her. The book will be written by friend Mark Fleischer, who has ghosted books for former President Gerald Ford and former Secretary of State Alexander Haig, among others. Johnnie Cochran Jr.: The world is the defense attorney's oyster.
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October 9, 1995 | By Shaun D. Mullen The New York Daily News and New York Post contributed to this report
THE THIN BLUES LINE. He feels used and betrayed and is seriously depressed. Allan Park? F. Lee Bailey? Geraldo Rivera? Judge Lance Ito? No, it's America's favorite racist cop. "He knows he didn't plant any evidence," says Mark Fuhrman's mother, Mary. "It was just a bunch of bull . . . to get O.J. off. " Mary Fuhrman says her infamous son is "real depressed and stuff," and feels especially betrayed by wannabe screenwriter Laura Hart McKinny, whose reluctant defense testimony on the many hours of Fuhrman's racist screed she tape-recorded blew the Trial of the Century wide open.
NEWS
October 4, 1995 | By Stephen Seplow, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Once he seemed to move through life with invincible grace. And after more than a year in prison, charged with two brutal murders, O.J. Simpson began anew, and quickly, rebuilding that image. If Simpson is ever to regain anything approaching his previous stature, he needs to convince the public of his absolute innocence, and not that he beat the charges because of sloppy police work, a racist police force or an exceptional defense team. As Peter Arenella, a law professor and frequent television analyst, told Peter Jennings on ABC, this case has a 13th juror, the country at large.
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