O.J. Simpsons Book Sale Cancelled by Bankruptcy Filing

A court-ordered auction of the rights to O.J. Simpson’s book “If I Did It” was cancelled because Simpson’s company has declared bankruptcy. Fred Goldman, the father of murder victim Ron Goldman said he would ask the bankruptcy court to sell him the book rights as part of his campaign to collect $33.5 million in damages Simpson was order to pay in 1997.

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