‘I Will Never Forget’ Kris Jenner Reflects on Nicole Brown Simpson’s Murder in New Docuseries

 ‘I Will Never Forget’ Kris Jenner Reflects on Nicole Brown Simpson’s Murder in New Docuseries

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Kris Jenner recently opened up about the profound impact of her late friend Nicole Brown Simpson’s tragic murder, featured in Lifetime’s new docuseries, “The Life and Murder of Nicole Brown Simpson.” The reality star, visibly moved and sobbing, shared heartfelt memories and expressed ongoing grief for Nicole, whom she will “never forget.”

Nicole Brown Simpson’s death remains one of the most discussed and controversial cases in American history. She was found murdered alongside her friend Ronald Goldman outside her Brentwood, California home. At the time of her untimely death, Nicole was only 35 years old and a mother of two, sharing a son, Justin, and a daughter, Sydney, with O.J. Simpson.

Speaking exclusively during the third episode of the four-part documentary series, the 68-year-old reality star said, “You never get over losing a friend that way.” While speaking in a confessional, she explained, “And I think I pack it down so far deep inside, you know? It’s been 30 years. It’s hard. [It’s] one of the hardest days I’ve ever experienced.”

O.J. Simpson, the ex-husband of Nicole and a former NFL star, was famously acquitted in the criminal trial of the murders in 1995 but was later found liable for both deaths in a 1997 civil suit. O.J. also faced subsequent legal troubles and served time for various crimes before his passing earlier this year, told the New York Post

The docuseries, which marks the 30th anniversary of Nicole’s death, aims to shed new light on the circumstances surrounding the case. It features unreleased archival footage and personal testimonies, providing a deeper look into the life and tragic end of Nicole Brown Simpson.

Kris Jenner’s participation in the docuseries highlights her close relationship with Nicole and the lasting impact her death has had on those who knew her well. The series not only revisits the painful memories of the past but also sparks ongoing conversations about domestic violence, celebrity, and justice in America.

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