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O.J.'s Strong Safety Ordered to Touch Down in Court

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    Simpson was acquitted of the murders of Goldman and Nicole Brown Simpson in 1995 but was found liable for their deaths at a civil trial two years later.

    SANTA MONICA, Calif. -- A man who says he spent years helping O.J. Simpson hide assets from the families of Ron Goldman and Nicole Brown Simpson has been ordered to court to respond to a lawsuit demanding any Simpson-related memorabilia he has.

    Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Gerald Rosenberg said Monday the hearing involving memorabilia dealer Mike Gilbert would take place June 15.

    Simpson was acquitted of the murders of Goldman and Nicole Brown Simpson in 1995 but was found liable for their deaths at a civil trial two years later. He was ordered to pay the victims' families $33.5 million.

    Last year Simpson was convicted of robbing two other memorabilia dealers he said were trying to peddle items stolen from him. He is serving a 33-year prison sentence