Suddenly, OJ’s Daughter Enters the Fray

By Neal Comment

Remember how HarperCollins didn’t actually make a deal with OJ Simpson to publish If I Did It, but made their contract out to an outfit called Lorraine Brookes Associates, that was owned and operated by Simpson’s four kids? Well, Arnelle Simpson, the oldest daughter, seems to have just found out that the publication rights to her dad’s hypothetical tell-all were seized for auction like a drug dealer’s Corvette, and she wants to stop the proceedings, according to a story in this morning’s NYDN. Over at mediabistro.com’s bulletin board, they’re inviting you to speak your mind about the whole sordid affair.

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