OJ Simpson was chilling with a beer on a couch before Easter, lawyer says. 2 weeks later he was dead


O.J. Simpson, a former football star and actor, passed away recently at the age of 76 after battling prostate cancer. His longtime lawyer, Malcolm LaVergne, shared insights into Simpson’s final days and the aftermath of his passing.

Just before Easter, Simpson had a lively chat with his lawyer at his home. However, a week later, Simpson’s health took a turn for the worse, and he was described as “transitioning.” During his final days, Simpson’s strength declined, and he spent his time watching TV, particularly golf, a sport he loved dearly.

When Simpson passed away on April 10, he was surrounded by a close family member, according to LaVergne. Simpson’s children and grandchildren were not present, but they issued a statement asking for privacy and grace during this difficult time. Simpson’s children have had to share their father with the world, both in good times and bad, and now they mourn the loss of their father away from the public eye.

Simpson expressed his wishes to his children regarding his final arrangements, including his desire to be cremated. LaVergne filed Simpson’s last will and testament in court, naming his four children as the beneficiaries of his estate. However, there is still uncertainty about the estate’s value and whether the Goldmans, who won a civil judgment against Simpson, will receive any assets.

Simpson’s life was marked by both triumph and controversy. He was acquitted of criminal charges in the deaths of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ronald Goldman, but found liable in a civil trial. Despite his legal battles, Simpson continued to live a golf-centric lifestyle after his release from prison in 2017.

As we reflect on O.J. Simpson’s life, we remember a man who rose to fame on the football field and in Hollywood, but whose legacy will forever be intertwined with controversy and legal drama. His passing marks the end of an era, leaving behind a complicated legacy that will continue to be debated for years to come.


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