Robert Kardashian was a close friend and served on Simpson's defense team during the murder trial.
But, surprisingly, little is known about Marguerite Whitley, especially in regard to her life after Simpson. Yes, the same man who drove the infamous white Bronco during Simpson's low-speed chase with the Los Angeles Police Department before finally turning himself in.
Simpson lately, since the premiere of the new FX series about his 1995 murder trial, his whole family has kind of been on the radar.
“When I was with her, I got friends in [the industry] I tried to set her up with and she said fame is a scary thing.
It’s so real to tell your side of the story.” “Everybody contacts her to speak out,” he claims. The media changes, and how the police changed the whole situation… ” “I had plenty of conversations with them [telling them] to confront the media,” he reveals.
Simpson first met Whitley in high school, when she was dating his best friend, A. Although Cowlings was initially upset when Whitley and Simpson began dating, the three eventually reconciled.
Simpson and Whitley married in 1967, when he was 19 and she was 18.
Their first child, a daughter named Arnelle, was born the following year, according to CNN. Simpson met Nicole Brown in 1977, when Brown was working as a waitress.
Whitley was pregnant with the couple's third child, a daughter named Aaren, at that time.
Empire fans know her as “Carol,” “Cookie Lyon’s” (Taraji P.
On Sunday June 12 1994 Nicole Brown Simpson became a public figure overnight for on that balmy Sunday evening she was senselessly and brutally murdered in the grounds of her home at 875 South Bundy Drive in the leafy suburb of Brentwood in California.
Her murder trial and that of her friend Ronald Lyle Goldman who had been murdered alongside her became known as the "Trial of the Century" with her former husband Orenthal James Simpson as the accused.