It's as if O.J. Simpson was afraid that Michael Vick or Adam "Pacman" Jones was a threat to his title of America's Most Reviled Sports Figure, so he decided to get himself back in the news and remind us that when it comes to athletes who have ruined their once-good names, Simpson is still the undisputed heavyweight champion. No one athlete has ever sunk lower than the Juice.
A federal bankruptcy judge Monday awarded 90 percent of the proceeds from the sale of the rights to O.J. Simpson's book "If I Did It" to the family of Ron Goldman, who was slain alongside Simpson's wife Nicole Brown Simpson in 1994.
A federal bankruptcy judge on Friday ruled that the father of Ron Goldman can pursue the publishing rights to a book by O.J. Simpson, which speaks in hypothetical terms about the 1994 murders of Goldman and Simpson's ex-wife, Nicole.
In what may be an unprecedented legal move, Fred Goldman is asking to have control over O.J. Simpson's publicity rights to his own likeness, name and persona to satisfy a multimillion-dollar wrongful death judgment.