OJ Simpson, American footballer involved in notorious murder trial, dies aged 76


The former American football star OJ Simpson has passed away at the age of 76.

He was most known for being a key figure in a double murder trial. One of the alleged people he murdered was his ex-wife Nicole Brown and her friend.

Despite being acquitted in what was known as the ‘trial of the century,’ Simpson encountered further legal troubles, including a lengthy prison sentence for armed robbery and kidnapping. 

ABC News revealed that his legacy remains intertwined with one of the most infamous chapters in American legal history.

In a post on X, his family shared that he died due to his ongoing battle with cancer.

The post further revealed that Simpson was surrounded by his children and grandchildren during his passing.

Source: ABC News.




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