OJ Simpson is demanding some respect from Khloe Kardashian. According to Simpson, he will participate in the paternity test but Kardashian has to “show him a little respect” by showing up at the Lovelock Correctional Center in Nevada. Could Khloe be really not part the original Kardashian clan?
J. Simpson is Khloe Kardashian’s Father?
Much has gone around about Khloe’s paternity issue especially following the documentary about her father Robert Kardashian. Reelz aired the ‘The Man Who Saved OJ Simpson’ which raised the question about the reality strt. Khloe is Kris Jenner’s third child out of four from Robert but there have been rumors about her adoption for many years. In order to set the record straight, OJ Simpson is willing to provide a swab of his DNA for comparison.
Jeffrey Felix, a former Lovelock prison guard who wrote a book about Simpson, even said that prison officials have given their consent to the test to proceed. Felix also added in the documentary that Khloe supposedly persuaded Simpson to go through the paternity test to clear matters.
“She has to go there and talk to him. He wants her to come out to Lovelock and visit him in person,” Daily Mail quoted Felix. “OJ will do it and the prison officials have told him they will allow it. It’s just a quick mouth swab and they would allow it to happen during a visit.”
Simpson and His Twisted Life
In line with the issue with Khloe, a new five part series has also taken a look at the “perfect perversity” of the OJ Simpson case.
“It’s the perfect perversity of the O.J. Simpson case that he was acquitted of the crime he was guilty of and convicted of a crime he’s innocent of,” NPR quoted legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin.
According to another report from the Daily Mail, the second episode of the OJ: Made in America analyzes Simpson’s marriage including never-before-seen photos featuring an abused Nicole Simpson. Nicole said in her diary that she was beaten while having sex with her husband.
In fact, the entries supposedly revealed how OJ Simpson watched his wife had sex with other men through the window. The five-part documentary series not only looks at Simpson’s case but also how he fell from glory.