O.J. Simpson’s Former Manager Claims Simpson Bragged About Encounter With Kris Jenner

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Literal and figurative gross human being O.J. Simpson is back in the news for his proximity and harm done to a white woman.

According to Page Six, Simpson’s former manager Norman Pardo, a man fine with being in the news for his relationship with a man who definitely probably murdered his wife and her friend, Simpson claimed he “f—ed that B until I broke her” in a hot tub in the ’90s.

The “her” in the NFL Hall of Famer’s crass admission was Kris Jenner, then Kris Kardashian.


According to Pardo, Simpson, his then-wife and eventual murder victim Nicole Brown and the Kardashians were in a jacuzzi one night during a joint vacation. Nicole and Robert left, leaving Simpson, 44, and Kardashian, 36, alone.

“O.J. said he stood up” Pardo told Page Six, “pulled his shorts down and, I’ll give you exactly what he said: ‘Her eyes bugged out of her head and I f–ked that B until I broke her.”

“That was as messed up as you can possibly get,” Pardo added.

According to Simpson, “They had to take her to the hospital at 2 or 3 in the morning,” Pardo said. “She came to [O.J.’s] room and said, ‘Can you take me to the hospital?’ He said, ‘No. Have Rob do it.’”


Pardo says Simpson told him things were great between the two couples until his encounter with Kardashian. The Kardashians divorced shortly after, in 1991, and the Simpsons broke up the next year.

Simpson told Pardo about the night during a 2003 limo ride from North Carolina to a paid appearance in Atlanta.


Pardo also claimed that Robert Kardashian, who died of cancer in 2003, joined Simpson’s legal team out of something less than friendship and adoration.

“When O.J. was found not guilty,” Pardo said, “Robert Kardashian did not jump for joy.”


Pardo’s stories come as part of his effort to shop a 90-minute documentary to distributors. His effort is a hollow attempt to cash in on a decades-old tragedy. Here’s hoping it doesn’t work.

Contributing Editor. When he's not pullin' up, he's usually jumpin' out. You can find him in the cut.

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Can’t we simply ignore him until he dies, then ignore him some more?