Jenner was a longtime friend of Nicole Brown Simpson, who was murdered in 1994. Even though OJ was found not guilty in court of double homicide, he was ultimately deemed liable for their deaths in a civil case in 1997.
Even though over two decades have passed since Brown was killed, the ghosts of the tragic incident still haunt Kris Jenner.
Back in May, as OJ Simpson’s former manager, Norman Pardo, was shopping around a documentary titled, “Who Killed Nicole,” he claimed that OJ revealed he had slept with Jenner. According to OJ, he, Nicole, Kris and her husband at the time, Rob Kardashian, were all enjoying a night in the hot tub. When Rob and Nicole left the two alone, OJ claims he and Kris had sex.
“O.J. said he stood up, pulled his shorts down and, I’ll give you exactly what he said: ‘Her eyes bugged out of her head and I fucked that B until I broke her,” Pardo said, “That was as messed up as you can possibly get.”
Kris finally condemned the vile claims on her reality show.
“They printed a story that I was sleeping with O.J.,” she said. “That f—— piece of s—. It’s really kind of pathetic that when rumors get started the media gives it life and breath and on the anniversary of Nicole’s death. It’s so tasteless and disgusting.”
Continuing, while getting very emotional, “After 25 years, you’d think it just wouldn’t be a thing. It’s just lie after lie after lie after lie, and it’s only so much that one human being can take.”
The momager even took legal action to stop publications from running the story.
“I just think it’s really unfair to Nicole’s family, my family, for these stupid rumors to be flying around out there. It’s always right there under the surface. My team has decided to take legal action because once and for all I have to do something about it.”
After venting her frustrations about the harmful gossip, Kris confided in a close friend and explained she never really dealt with the emotional toll of losing her friend.
“I think I’ve realized that I’ve latched onto the legal side of stuff, rather than deal with the emotional side of myself that just misses my girlfriend,” she said. “There’s a part of me that gets so angry that I mask my emotions of sadness. But I think that instead of focusing on something so tragic I think we just need to have these amazing memories that we had with her and celebrate all of that.”