Lawyer to Auction Off OJ Simpsons Personal Collection

( – The lawyer managing the estate of OJ Simpson filed court papers last Wednesday seeking to auction off some of the late suspected murderer’s property.

The former NFL player and actor, who was acquitted in 1995 of the double murder of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman, died on April 11 at the age of 76 after a battle with prostate cancer.

Simpson’s long-time attorney Malcolm LaVergne asked a judge in a June 12 court filing to waive the court confirmation requirement of maximizing the value of the estate for the benefit of Simpson’s creditors and “interested parties” and allow LaVergne to use auction houses to sell Simpson’s “unique and high-profile” property.

Among the items LaVergne is seeking to auction off are Simpson’s Heisman Trophy, his driver’s license and car, and his golf clubs. LaVergne noted in the filing that it was unclear if the Heisman was authentic.

The judge would have to approve the request in a yet-to-be-scheduled court hearing.

LaVergne’s request was filed with the court on the 30th anniversary of the notorious double murders.

Just days before, the FBI released documents related to the 1994 investigation into the murders of Brown and Goldman.

In total 475 pages of documents, including evidence collected by the Miami field office, were publicly released online.

Much of the evidence focused on the purchase of a pair of Bruno Magli men’s shoes sometime in 1991 or 1992. Photos included in the release show size 12 shoes along with details on the various stores where the shoes were sold. Handwritten notes by FBI investigators noted “many pairs” of the shoes were purchased “for children, son-in-law…”

Lab reports included in the documents found that the bloody shoe prints discovered at the crime scene were left by either the Lorenzo-style or Lyon-style Bruno Magli shoes.

FBI agents also traveled to Italy to visit the Bruno Magli factory in 1995 where they obtained shoe molds which were provided to the Los Angeles Police.

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