O.J. Simpson drew the attention, and ire, of many when he claimed to have led a “conflict-free life” during his parole hearing Thursday.
Simpson was granted parole nine years into a 33-year sentence for armed robbery and kidnapping.
The comment about living without conflict certainly caught the attention of the family of Nicole Brown, whom Simpson was acquitted of killing in 1995 but later found liable in a civil trial.
Tanya Brown, younger sister of Nicole, called out Simpson for his history of domestic violence.
“Really? You beat my sister,” Tanya told TMZ. “Regardless of murdering her and Ron (Goldman), the fact is that my sister has diary entries dating back to 1978 about abuse that was inflicted, and also there was that infamous 911 call that he mentioned.”
Tanya also told TMZ she is concerned by the anger Simpson showed toward one of the board members at his parole hearing.
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