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Kris Jenner Reveals "I Could Have Saved Nicole Brown Simpson"

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Oct. 31 2011, Published 1:01 p.m. ET

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In her new blockbuster memoir, All Things Kardashian, Kris Jenner reveals startling insight to the murder of her BFF, Nicole Brown Simpson. Nicole was brutally stabbed on June 12, 1994 along with her friend, Ron Goldman. Kris indicates if she had only met with Nicole as she had asked of Kris, her life could have been saved.

According to Radar Online, Nicole called her friend early that fateful morning. Kris recalls, "Nicole said, 'Can you get over here...? I need to talk to you. It's really important.'" Kris asked if they could delay their meeting to the following day and Nicole responded, "That's okay, can you meet me tomorrow for lunch? I really have to talk to you about something really, really important."

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Sadly, Kris wrote, "It would be the last time I would ever speak to Nicole." The next morning the savvy momager was deeply saddened and shocked when she heard her dear friend had been stabbed to death. "I instinctively knew that in some way O.J. had something to do with her death." Kris got even more upset when she realized if she had only changed her schedule to meet Nicole as she had originally asked, perhaps she could have saved her life. Kris recalls screaming, "Oh my God! It's too late! It's too late!...The realization that she had wanted to confide in me hit me so hard....And I had let her down." In the book, Kris writes that a mutual friend told her later on that Nicole had been "beaten up by O.J. and she had been keeping this physical proof in the form of photographs and, it would turn out, other evidence, in which she had documented 17 years of abuse. Nicole really wanted someone close to her to know what was going on, so that somebody - namely me - could be a witness." In the "trial of the century," O.J. was eventually found not guilty of Nicole and Ron's deaths. In a civil case the Brown and Goldman families jointly pursued, the former NFL star was found liable for both deaths and ordered to pay $34 million in damages. They ended up receiving a few thousand dollars. He is now serving a 33 year sentence for kidnapping, assault with a deadly weapon as well as other felonies related to a Las Vegas incident when he tried to recover so-called stolen sports memorabilia.  

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