OJ’s Executor Pledges To Make Sure Goldman Family Gets ‘Zero’ From Estate

Former NFL star OJ Simpson passed away at the age of 76 last Wednesday after a private battle with prostate cancer. While this may seem like a sad event, the executor of Simpson’s will is speaking out with some positive news. According to this insider, he plans to do everything in his power to ensure that the Goldman family receives nothing from the estate.

Malcolm LaVergne, Simpson’s longtime lawyer and executor of his will, stated that he will go to great lengths to make sure that the Goldman family gets “zero, nothing” from the estate.

This declaration comes after years of legal battles between Simpson and the families of the victims, Ronald Goldman and Nicole Brown. The families have been seeking a payout of a $33.5 million judgment, but with LaVergne’s determination, it looks like it won’t be happening.

LaVergne expressed his frustration towards the Goldman family, especially over the handling of Simpson’s controversial planned book, “If I Did It.” Thanks to their efforts, the book was retitled to “If I Did It: Confessions of the Killer,” much to LaVergne and Simpson’s dismay. Despite this, LaVergne is determined to uphold Simpson’s wishes and ensure that the Goldmans get nothing.

The lawyer was also surprised to find out that he was named as the executor of Simpson’s will. While he may not understand why, he plans to take his role seriously. This news is a glimmer of hope for Simpson’s fans and supporters, who have been following his legal battles closely for decades.

On the other side, David Cook, a lawyer representing the Goldman family, has stated that Simpson owes them a staggering $114 million, which includes interest that has accumulated over the years.

They have not received a single penny of the $33.5 million that was awarded to them in the 1997 wrongful death lawsuit. Despite this setback, Cook and the Goldman family are determined to continue their fight for justice.

Cook has revealed that they plan to hire attorneys in three different states to determine what can be done to receive the money owed to them. This is a major undertaking, but the Goldman family is committed to seeing it through. They hope to track down the money and ensure that it goes to the rightful recipients.

The passing of Simpson has brought back painful memories for the Goldman family, as they remember the loss of their son Ronald.

They are trying to focus on the positive news of LaVergne’s declaration to fight for their family. They see this as a reminder of how long they have been seeking justice and a glimmer of hope that they may finally receive closure.

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