Faye D. Resnick and Mike Walker published the book “Nicole Brown Simpson: The Private Diary of a Life Interrupted” after the tragic murder of Simpson in 1994. The book was published during the trial, for which OJ Simpson was the prime suspect. In the book, Resnick talks about cocaine use, sex, affairs and the alleged violent temper of OJ Simpson. Walker, who helped Resnick write the book, worked for The National Enquirer. In turn, the book was highly criticized, especially because it appeared to some as an attempt at fame by Resnick.
Recently, the subject of the book came up on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills as new cast member Kathryn Edwards voiced a serious problem she has had with Faye Resnick. She had not seen Resnick over the years and she had a bone to pick with her over the book. Apparently, Edwards’ ex-husband Marcus Allen’s infidelity was exposed in the book and Edwards ended up getting a divorce. The book reportedly details an affair Nicole Brown Simpson supposedly had with Allen. Edwards has been furious about the book for over two decades. Watch footage from the scene below.
Now, the book has been brought up again as it is featured on tonight’s episode of American Crime Story: The People V. OJ Simpson. On the show, when Resnick publishes the book about her friend Nicole, some of the characters feel her words are trash and a true friend would not have written such “horrible things” about a loved one. Resnick’s book becomes a big issue among the legal teams and the judge during jury selection for the OJ Simpson trial.
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