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.
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