O.J. Simpson now claims that a ghost writer was responsible for cooking up the cooky scenario involving what the double murder of Ron Goldman and Nicole Brown Simpson would have been like in the controversial, never-released If I Did It, the book that strained the limits of good taste and took with it the job of the head of the publishing company.
This 'ghost writer' apparently imagined what O.J. would have done...you know...if he did it, on the night of the murder. In the meantime, the rights to the book now belong to Fred Goldman, Ron's father, who will now try and make some sort of television or movie project from it to help recover the $33.5 million he's owed from Simpson as a result of the civil judgement.
Isn't this the most heartwarming story you've ever read?
Yahoo! News: O.J. says ghost author wrote flawed murder account