New cospiracy theories emerge over the curse of O.J. Simpson’s kids

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Growing up as a child of a superstar comes with its own set of challenges, but for OJ Simpson’s children, the spotlight shone on them during a tumultuous time in their lives.

The infamous double murder trial that OJ was embroiled in cast a dark shadow over his family, particularly his youngest children, Sydney and Justin.

Tensions rose during the high-profile trial, as OJ was accused of killing his ex-wife Nicole Brown and her friend Ron Goldman.

Sydney and Justin, aged just eight and five at the time, were upstairs asleep when their mother was brutally murdered in Brentwood, California. Despite overwhelming DNA evidence against their father, OJ was sensationally acquitted after a 10-month trial.

Arnelle, OJ’s eldest daughter from his first marriage, stood by her father throughout the trial and even managed his finances until his death from prostate cancer at the age of 76. However, their relationship was marred by disputes over Arnelle’s drinking habits.

Jason, OJ’s firstborn son, found himself at the center of conspiracy theories after a private investigator suggested he could have been involved in the murders. Despite these allegations, Jason is now working as a chef in Atlanta and has put his troubled past behind him.

Tragedy struck the Simpson family when Aaren, OJ’s youngest child from his first marriage, died in a pool accident as a toddler. The family dealt with the loss and moved on, with OJ remarking that they never discussed the incident.

Sydney, who co-owns a restaurant in St. Petersburg, Florida with her brother Justin, has chosen to live a quiet life away from the limelight.

Justin, a successful real estate agent in Florida, recently announced the arrival of his daughter Lana, paying tribute to his late mother Nicole by including her name in his daughter’s middle name.

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