Publishing deal for OJ Simpson book

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Publishing company Beaufort Books has struck a deal enabling them to publish O.J. Simpson’s hypothetical account of killing his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman in Los Angeles in 1994. Beaufort Books confirmed a deal has been made with the family of Ron Goldman, who are owed $33.5 million in damages by Simpson, who vowed never to voluntarily pay these damages. Portions of the proceeds of the book “If I Did It” will be contributed to the Ron Goldman Foundation for Justice. President of Beaufort Books, Eric Kampmann said: “We will be working diligently to not only publish this book well, but to honour the memory of the victims of this terrible crime.”

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