OJ’s Lawyer Changes Mind

(TheRedAlertNews.com) – The lawyer responsible for managing O.J. Simpson’s estate has changed his stance, contradicting his previous commitment to doing “everything in my capacity” to obstruct the efforts of the families of Simpson’s ex-wife, Nicole Brown, and her friend Ron Goldman, in obtaining a financial settlement amounting to $33.5 million.

Malcolm LaVergne, the lawyer, expressed a desire to retract statements he made the preceding week, wherein he aspired for “the Goldmans get zero, nothing,” and affirmed his determination to use “everything in my capacity as the executor or personal representative to try and ensure that they get nothing.”

“I can tell you in advance, Fred Goldman’s claim will be accepted. And his claim will be handled in accordance with Nevada law,” LaVergne disclosed to the Hollywood Reporter, cited by The New York Post.

He elaborated that his remarks from the previous week, during an interview with the Las Vegas Review-Journal, were not aimed at Fred Goldman but rather at the legal representatives acting on his behalf.

“Within an hour of knowing that OJ died, he started talking s–t,” LaVergne commented about Goldman’s attorney.

“My advocate instinct, [it] was, ‘Oh, you’re gonna keep s–tting on him even after he’s dead? Fine, you know? You get nothing,’” the OJ Simpson’s estate executor added.

“And so those were my remarks then. But I backtracked and they were pretty harsh remarks. And now I’m going in the other direction,” LaVergne declared.

He also said he was going to be “hypertransparent” with the relatives of Brown Simpson and Goldman, who were discovered stabbed to death outside her house in June 1994, in Brentwood, Los Angeles.

“I’m going to show my homework before I even have to give it to the courts and see what we can do in terms of getting this estate in order,” LaVergne added.

Attorney Malcolm LaVergne represented Simpson from 2009 until the latter died of prostate cancer on April 10, 2024.

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