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Nicole Brown Simpson's secret diaries reveal the horrific abuse she suffered from OJ Simpson


Nicole Brown Simpson recounted the terrible abuse she suffered from OJ Simpson in her secret diaries, where she wrote that he once yelled at her, "Get out of my house, you fat liar!"

Nicole wrote about 60 times that Simpson allegedly physically abused and threatened her, including during their stormy marriage.

In scratchy handwriting, she wrote how he first beat her in 1978 and hit and kicked her for hours in her hotel room while she tried to escape.

For the next 16 years, the abuse included getting into a jealous rage and smashing her car, throwing her against walls, and leaving her repeatedly blackened and injured.

Nicole Brown Simpson told of the terrible abuse she had suffered from OJ Simpson (pictured together in 1993 – a year before she was murdered)

Once Simpson hit her so hard that he tore her sweater and socks off her body – while another time he yelled at her, "I've got a gun in my hand, get that shit out of here!"

The diaries reveal a terrifying pattern of abuse until Simpson allegedly murdered Nicole and her boyfriend Ron Goldman in 1994 – he was acquitted of killing both of them.

The documents are included in OJ and Nicole: An American Tragedy, a new documentary on Investigation Discovery.

It will air on Monday to coincide with the 25th anniversary of Simpson's acquittal on October 3rd.

Tanya Brown, Nicole's sister, says in the film: “Maybe she knew that this was her fate and maybe she unconsciously knew that something was going to happen

"Maybe that's why she kept really detailed diary entries."

The documents are included in OJ and Nicole: An American Tragedy, a new documentary on Investigation Discovery that will air on October 3rd. They were previously shown in Made in America (picture).

The documents are included in OJ and Nicole: An American Tragedy, a new documentary on Investigation Discovery that will air on October 3rd. They were previously shown in Made in America (picture).

Nicole described in a harrowing entry how her husband beat her for hours

Nicole described in a harrowing entry how her husband beat her for hours

The diaries reveal a horrific pattern of abuse until Simpson allegedly murdered Nicole and her boyfriend Ron Goldman in 1994 - he was acquitted of killing both (pictured in Made in America (pictured)).

The diaries reveal a horrific pattern of abuse until Simpson allegedly murdered Nicole and her boyfriend Ron Goldman in 1994 – he was acquitted of killing both (pictured in Made in America (pictured)).

The diaries were found in Nicole's safe, along with photos of her injured face and letters of apology from Simpson.

They were not admitted as evidence during the Simpson trial as the judge ruled that they were hearsay and have been largely ignored since then.

During Simpson's trial, prosecutors brought up his history of domestic violence in an attempt to undermine the clear image he cultivated as a football player and actor in films such as The Naked Gun.

But it didn't work and the jury found him not guilty, a verdict that Nicole's family sees as a horrific mistake.

The first diary entry is from 1978 and shows that Nicole already realized that her fairytale boyfriend and future husband had a dark side.

They met in Los Angeles, where she pursued a career in photography and had an "instant" connection, Tanya tells the film

It reads: “For the first time he beat me up after the Louis + Nanie Mary anniversary celebration. Started on the corner of NYC 5th Ave around 9pm.

The diaries reveal a terrifying pattern of abuse until Simpson allegedly murdered Nicole and her boyfriend Ron Goldman in 1994 - he was acquitted of killing both of them. O. J. Simpson is sitting in the Los Angeles Supreme Court during his murder trial on December 8, 1994. He was later acquitted

The diaries reveal a terrifying pattern of abuse until Simpson allegedly murdered Nicole and her boyfriend Ron Goldman in 1994 – he was acquitted of killing both of them. O. J. Simpson is sitting in the Los Angeles Supreme Court during his murder trial on December 8, 1994. He was later acquitted

The documents are included in OJ and Nicole: An American Tragedy, a new documentary on Investigation Discovery

The documents are included in OJ and Nicole: An American Tragedy, a new documentary on Investigation Discovery

“Threw me on the floor, hit me, kicked me. We went to the hotel, where he beat me for hours and I kept crawling to the door. "

Another undated entry reads, “I smashed my car (white Mercedes) with a baseball bat after visiting Tommy Hughes. He greeted me at the gate. I was too scared to get out of the car. He did it because I was late, around 7-8pm. "

Even so, Nicole Simpson married in 1985, but the abuse continued, according to the diaries.

An entry from 1986 reads: “Eric & Val Von Watts. Heard music at my place on Wilshire (Blvd in Los Angeles).

“After we finished our drinks, we left. (Simpson) beat me up so badly at home. Ripped off my blue sweater and socks completely. Went to the Wilshire hospital pretending it was a bicycle accident. "

Another nasty episode occurred on January 10, 1988.

At the time Nicole was two months pregnant with their son Justin, Simpson and Simpson demanded an abortion and pointed a gun at them.

The diaries were found in Nicole's safe, along with photos of her injured face and letters of apology from Simpson (pictured together in 1984)

The diaries were found in Nicole's safe, along with photos of her injured face and letters of apology from Simpson (pictured together in 1984)

In her diary she wrote: “OJ was drunk, he never gave up. Get out of my house, you fat liar. I've packed a few things.

“He locked the door again. I hummed. Do I really have to go tonight? (Your daughter) Sydney is sleeping, it's late. Let me tell you how serious I am. I've got a gun in my hand, get that shit out of here. "

Nicole didn't let her family know anything was wrong, and it wasn't until she asked Simpson for a divorce that they had a clue.

Tanya says in the documentary that she was "angry" with Nicole after she died for not saying anything, but she was under the spell of the Simpsons.

A 1988 entry describes how a gay man kissed his son and freaked Simpson out.

Nicole wrote: “OJ threw me against walls in our hotel and on the floor. Put bruises on my arms and back. The window drew me – thought he was going to throw me out.

In the documentary, ex-LAPD officer John Edwards recounts how he went to Simpson the following year and found a badly beaten Nicole after calling 911.

He says, “A woman came running out, a tall blonde woman, and she screamed,“ He's going to kill me. ”I said who? She said,“ OJ ”I said,“ OJ Simpson? ”She said,“ You were eight Time up here and didn't do anything about it. "

During his testimony at Simpsons trial, Edwards said that Nicole "collapsed on me" and "wet and shivering, she was cold and she was beaten up".

Nicole had an inch cut on her left upper lip, a swollen right forehead, and her right eye was starting to blacken

Edwards told the jury, "I could see on her face that it had a mark like a walking shoe on it. It looked like it had been kicked in the head."

"I'm looking over my head and this is where OJ Simpson comes right where the gate is and he's screaming, I mean screaming," I don't want you here anymore. I have two wives, I don't want you here anymore.

Simpson was arrested for spousal battery and later made no objection to the charges.

Brown filed for divorce in 1992 but was unable to leave Simpson and wrote a letter saying she wanted him back. O.J. Simpson and Nicole Brown Simpson walk the red carpet with their children Sydney and Justin as they attend the Hollywood premiere of & # 39; Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult & # 39; on March 16, 1994. take part

Brown filed for divorce in 1992 but was unable to leave Simpson and wrote a letter saying she wanted him back. O.J. Simpson and Nicole Brown Simpson walk the red carpet with their children Sydney and Justin as they attend the Hollywood premiere of & # 39; Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult & # 39; on March 16, 1994. take part

Brown filed for divorce in 1992 but was unable to leave Simpson and wrote a letter saying she wanted him back.

In the documentary, Tanya tearfully reads the letter and concludes, "It just shows that she loved him and he loved her, but I think he loved her too much."

Nicole wrote: “I want to bring our family back together! I want our children to grow up with their parents. I thought I'd like to raise Sydney & Justin on my own – since we haven't seen too much of you anyway.

& # 39; I want to stay with you! I want to love and appreciate you and make you smile. I want to wake up with you in the morning and hold you tight at night. I want to hug and kiss you every day. I want us to be the way we used to be.

"I've been watching our wedding band and our family movies for a month – and I can see that we really loved each other."

She signed: "I will love you forever and always".

On October 25, 1993 Nicole dialed 911 again and told the dispatcher, "He's back".

When Nicole is asked to stay on the line, she says, "I don't want to stay on the line, he's going to beat me up."

According to Nicole's close friend Robin Greer, Simpson had become "very jealous" that she had seen other men while they were apart.

On the emergency call you can hear Nicole say: "OJ. The children are sleeping".

Simpson yells back, "You didn't care about the kids when you sucked his d *** in the living room!"

Nicole and Ron Goldman were found dead in their Brentwood home on June 12, 1994 - the bloodstained path to their home is pictured

Nicole and Ron Goldman were found dead in their Brentwood home on June 12, 1994 – the bloodstained path to their home is pictured

O.J. Simpson holds up his hands to the jury, showing leather gloves that prosecutors said were worn on the night of the murders of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman. He was acquitted in the murder

O.J. Simpson holds up his hands to the jury, showing leather gloves that prosecutors said were worn on the night of the murders of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman. He was acquitted in the murder

Nicole and Ron Goldman were found dead on June 12, 1994 at their Brentwood home.

Nicole had been to a restaurant that night and, according to her family, it was one of the first times that Simpson was not welcome to one of their meetings.

Nicole's mother had left her glasses at the restaurant and she called Goldman who worked there and he offered to drop them off at her home.

Prosecutors alleged that when Simpson showed up to kill Nicole Goldman, he happened to be there and he killed him too.

At the time, Nicole was only 35 and Goldman was only 25.

Tanya Brown bursts into tears again when she reads an entry in Nicole's diary that she wrote a month before her death.

It read: "We officially broke up. I told OJ that we were going back every other weekend. I need the rest. OJ is gone so much – he needs the alone time with them until he leaves. He was the last 4 weekends away – so I asked if we could start with him this weekend.

After Simpson was acquitted, Goldman's family made it a life's business to prove his guilt and brought a civil case against him, which they won.

A jury awarded them $ 33.5 million in damages, but they received nothing from Simpson, and the verdict has since grown to $ 70 million.

In 2008, Simpson was sentenced to 33 years in prison for an armed robbery at a Las Vegas hotel with his own memorabilia and was released in early 2017 after nearly nine years in prison.

Henry Schleiff, Head of Investigation Discovery, said, "This documentary is not here to retell the famous trial, but to remember the woman who struggled with domestic violence and now for the first time in her words her side of the story told. "

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