Nicole Brown – The biography of Nicole Brown with Gala.fr

Nicole Brown – The biography of Nicole Brown with Gala.fr
Nicole Brown – The biography of Nicole Brown with Gala.fr

Born May 19, 1959 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, Nicole Brown is known for having been the wife of American football star OJ Simpson, suspected and then accused of her murder. She is the second of four daughters of a German mother and an American father.

At the age of 18, she began working as a waitress at Daisy, a posh club in Beverly Hills. It was there that in 1977, she met OJ Simpson, then married to his first wife Marguerite, mother of his first two children and pregnant with his third, a daughter named Aaren. They then had an affair, until his divorce in 1979 from his wife. The footballer married Nicole Brown for the second time on February 2, 1985. At this time, OJ had been retired from professional football for five years and was touring as an actor. Together, they have two children: Sydney Brooke, born October 17, 1985, and Justin Ryan, born August 6, 1988. Nicole Brown decides to create a small interior design business, alongside her family life.

During their seven years of marriage, Nicole Brown is a victim of domestic violence. Her husband, notably unfaithful, was even arrested for this reason during the New Year. That evening, while the party was in full swing, OJ Simpson allegedly threatened to kill her wife. She files a complaint but he is finally released following the withdrawal of Nicole’s complaint. The mother ended up filing for divorce on February 25, 1992, citing “irreconcilable differences”.

On June 12, 1994, Nicole Brown, 35, and her friend Ron Goldman were found murdered by multiple stab wounds, at his home in the Brentwood district of Los Angeles. His funeral took place three days later at St. Martin of Tours Catholic Church. OJ Simpson, the main suspect in the case, flees and televisions broadcast his chase with the police. He was caught by investigators and his trial became one of the most notable legal cases of the 1990s. On October 3, 1995, the jury found him not guilty of the double murder, to everyone’s surprise. He was finally found responsible three years later in a civil trial, ordered to pay more than $33 million to victims’ families.

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