Friday, September 14, 2007

Author Says He Was Told O.J. Book Was Confession

How brazen. O.J. Simpson's disdain for the rest of humanity never ceases to amaze.

Pablo Fenjves, author of O.J. Simpson’s controversial book, “If I Did It,” says the book’s original publisher told him it was a confession.

Fenjves writes in a prologue to the book, obtained by this column exclusively, that Judith Regan, then of ReganBooks/HarperCollins, told him:

“He wants to confess, and I’m being assured it’s a confession. But this is the only way he’ll do it.”

The book, which was canceled by HarperCollins and is today being published by Beaufort Books after a court battle, now belongs to the family of Ronald Goldman. A civil jury found Simpson responsible for the 1994 slayings of Goldman and Simpson’s ex-wife Nicole Brown. A criminal jury acquitted him of murder charges.

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