Caitlyn Jenner On Trial Of Century: "We Knew OJ Was Guilty From The Beginning"

Many moons ago, Bruce and Kris Jenner were a happily married couple that were concerned about a friend that was in an abusive relationship. Fast forward to today, and there have been a ton of changes for all of the parties involved in that scenario.

The former Bruce has transitioned into Caitlyn, Kris is now the queen bee of a vast reality empire, and their friend was brutally murdered after the concerns were raised. As the Daily Mail shares, Caitlyn has offered up some thoughts on that chilling crime, and she raised plenty of eyebrows while doing so.

Caitlyn appeared on the Kyle and Jackie O Show, and the topic of O.J. Simpson came up. Simpson was been granted parole for a botched burglary attempt in Las Vegas, but that’s not the only thing that makes him a subject of curiosity.

He was accused of murdering his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her acquaintance in brutal fashion. While he was found not guilty in the so-called Trial of the Century, it has long been speculated that he only got off because of a botched case by the prosecution.

The hosts had a simple question for Caitlyn, and the floodgates opened from that point.

“When you were with Kris, did you ever discuss the OJ Simpson case?” the hosts asked.

“Actually we pretty much knew he was guilty, right from the beginning, but the whole thing was: 'Is he going to get away with it?'" Jenner replied, also adding that Kris has been dealing with guilt ever since. Jenner indicates that Nicole expressed concerns that Simpson was going to kill her and get away with it.

“You know, at the time, she brushed it off and was like [acts out Kris trying to keep Nicole calm] 'come on, please, please, please,'" Jenner continued. “But unfortunately, it was right.”

Jenner explained that they were actually not too far away when the verdict was read, and that led to some immediate reflection.

“We were in [prosecutor] Marcia Clarke's office at the courthouse when the verdict came down…” Jenner said. “... Kris turned around and looked at me and says: 'You know, we should have listened to Nicole, she was right from the beginning.' That whole thing is just so, so sad. He got away with it to some extent, you know, his life has been ruined - which is good.”

Jenner doesn’t think that Simpson currently presents a threat to society as a whole, but she also has no desire to be involved with him in any capacity.

“I've never ever talked to him, nor do I want to,” she concluded.

It was a pretty fascinating appearance that will undoubtedly spark even more questions about the Simpson case. If even those that were close to him struggled to believe whether or not he was innocent, it remains surprising that the prosecution wasn’t able to build a more convincing case.

Simpson was eventually found guilty in a subsequent civil case. While that amounted to a small amount of justice for the victims and their families, it also served as yet another black mark against the prosecution in the criminal case.

Source: Daily Mail
Photos: Web Summit/Flickr, Caitlyn Jenner/Facebook, Peter K. Levy/Wikimedia, ABC/Image Group LA via Flickr, Charles LeBlanc/Flickr

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