Caitlyn Jenner believes O.J. Simpson is guilty, admits she and Khloe Kardashian havent been speaking
27 April 2017 Entertainment News
Fourth Estate Staff
Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Caitlyn Jenner dropped by Andy Cohen’s show “Radio Andy” on SiriusXM channel and he talked about O.J. Simpson as well as Khloe Kardashian.
Caitlyn, formerly Bruce Jenner, was once married to Kris Jenner until they divorced years ago and he came out and identified as a woman. Kris is the former wife of Robert Kardashian, a good friend of the infamous O.J. Simpson. Caitlyn’s “Radio Andy” interview focused at one point on Simpson.
Caitlyn shared, “I knew he did it. There was three people at the crime scene: DNA evidence, three people at the crime scene. Pick a murderer. How hard is that?" The three people in the crime scene at that time were Simpson, Nichole Brown, and Ron Goldman.
Caitlyn pointed out that Kris also believes Simpson killed Brown and that only Kardashian believed Simpson. She also revealed that Kardashian told her after the trial, “After the whole thing was over Robert just said to me, ‘I would have been OK if they got him in the first trial.’ That’s the only thing he ever said and that’s about the closest he’ll ever come, (while) never saying he actually did it.”
The former Olympian then went on to talk about Kardashian. She said that the late father of the Kardashian sisters and Rob Kardashian was a very good person and that she really liked him. Caitlyn noted that Robert was a very good parent as he was great with the kids. She recalled how she and Robert took Rob to basketball games together and that it was unfortunate Robert died of cancer in 2003.
As for his strained relationship with Khloe Kardashian, he said they have not talked in about two years. She added, “That’s sad. I was very, very close to Khloe. I had 23 years of raising her. I met Khloe when she was 5 years old.” She then revealed that the only person she talks to from the Kardashian-Jenner sisters is Kim Kardashian.
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