Home Celebrity Nicole Brown Simpson Charity 15 Years Later: $66 Remains

Fifteen years after it was started, the Nicole Brown Simpson Charitable Foundation is pretty much out of business. According to federal tax filings, the foundation–set up by Nicole’s sister Denise to educate and help abused women–claims $66 in assets. In its 2010 return, the Foundation says it finished the year $2,824 in the red, with nearly $5,000 in expenses. No money was spent on battered or abused women. Whatever was left went to travel, phone, miscellaneous expenses and $2,000 to an unnamed consultant–in the past that was always Denise Brown, sister of the woman O.J. Simpson killed (according to a civil jury) along with her friend Ron Goldman on June 12, 1994. There’s still a website for the Nicole Brown Foundation, but its last events listed took place in March 2010. O.J. Simpson, meanwhile, remains in prison for armed robbery and kidnapping.

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  1. Many of you have been hoodwinked, tricked, flim flammed and led down a phony trail of murder of Nicole Brown Simpson by OJ Simpson based on domestic abuse. The only way that this spin on this modern day Othello, OJ Simpson, tragedy could be promoted was by sworn court officers using the color of authority to bury and conceal evidence of the real truth that would have exonerated OJ Simpson, pointed to Glen Rogers association with Nicole, and disclosed the true clinical condition in a death row appeal file pre-trial medical examinations of Rogers’ psychological state of mind at the time of the murders. All of this concealment carries the name of the same heretofore unknown L.A. County Superior Court judge. We know that some of you are intractable in your preoccupation with domestic abuse. However, those of you that are not, read an independent investigative group’s report in “Pursuit of Exhibit 35 in the OJ Simpson Murder Trial” to examine the other mitigating evidence that points to Simpson’s innocence of committing murder. http://www.amazon.com/Pursuit-Exhibit-Simpson-murder-trial/dp/1456313169/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1297179994&sr=1-1

  2. Natalie,

    I’m pretty disapointed to read: “The sad thing is that Nicole’s entire family knew that OJ was beating her — even during their courtship — and they did nothing.” I’m NOT one to fight over the internet, I’m more face to face. YOU really need to educate yourself on how battered women not only affect the woman involved, but the family and friends around them. You and I have NO IDEA if Nicole’s (R.I.P) friends or family tried to help her. WE WERE NOT THERE. I grew up with family in Hollywood, I happen to host a nationally syndicated radio show and know first hand, do NOT believe everything you read in the press.
    In addition, Please, do not assume. Especially when Nicole NOR her family is here to defend themselves.

  3. What’s interesting about OJ is that both cases prove that there are flaws in the Justice System. In the first case, he was guilty but walked. And in this case (in my opinion) he was innocent but got put down ’cause of what happened in 1993.

    Lucky for MJ to be proven innocent in his case.

  4. Whatever happened to Denise? Bet there’s some story there.And, the kids .. where are they … what are they doing? Sad, sad story for sure. It kills me!

  5. Natalie, I agree with you wholeheartedly. The Simpson family had the audacity to sue OJ for money. After Nicole Brown Simpson’s death, Denise Brown went on every talk show and media outlet , so she could be compensated by exploiting her sister’s murder. I am sure there are a lot of skeletons in the Brown’s closet. Eventually, it will be revealed.

  6. No surprise to me that this charity went belly-up. Basically all it did was to pay for Denise’s travel expenses as she traveled the country lecturing at events and such about domestic violence.

    The sad thing is that Nicole’s entire family knew that OJ was beating her — even during their courtship — and they did nothing. That perhaps is the guilt that they have to live with about Nicole’s death.

    The Brown family, like Nicole herself, knew that OJ was capable of murder and that given the chance, he would definitely kill Nicole. For some inexplicable reason, when Nicole divorced OJ she decided to stay within the same neighborhood of Brentwood — just a five minute ride from OJ’s house. The reason given: Nicole wanted OJ to spend more time with their two children, whom he rarely saw.

    For me personally, OJ would’ve had to drive at least two hours to kill me.

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