O.J….Didn’t Do It? New Documentary Claims Serial Killer Murdered Nicole Brown Simpson
A new documentary claims that O.J. Simpson’s ex-wife Nicole Brown was the victim of a known serial killer and not her famous football star ex. Glen Rogers was convicted of killing two women in 1995, and the latest theory is that his killing spree began months before with Brown-Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman.
Created by Investigation Discovery, an offshoot of the Discovery Channel, the documentary claims that Rogers had boasted that he befriended Nicole shortly after he moved to Los Angeles from Ohio.
He is said to have boasted about partying with her and, more ominously, warning that she was rich and he was ‘going to take her down’.
The New York Post reports that Rogers confessed to the crime years after he was already jailed for the murders of the two other women, even giving police a few receipts as evidence that he was in the area at the time of the double-homicide in June 1994.
The documentary explains that the reason why Rogers’ name has never come up before is because Simpson was purposefully keeping his connection to Rogers under wraps.
Rogers, who at one point boasted about having killed up to 70 women in a cross-country serial spree, alleges that Simpson hired him to break into his ex wife’s home to steal a pair of $20,000 earrings.
He also says that while the original intention of the partnership was to get the earrings, Simpson gave Rogers permission to kill ‘the b****’ if necessary.
The documentary does not feature Rogers himself, who is serving time on death row in Florida, but it comes close to home as it is based largely on interviews with his brother Clay who was the person to tip police off to Glen’s whereabouts.
Glen allegedly told Clay about the Brown-Goldman murder but he did not believe it. Later on, Glen spoke to a criminal investigator and went through step-by-step details of how the murder took place.
The timeline of the crime has long been a point of contention as O.J. infamously signed a deal to pen a book called ‘If I Did It’ which was ultimately cancelled.
Simpson is now serving life in prison for a recent armed robbery in Las Vegas.
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