Nicole Brown & O.J. Simpson’s Kids Are Living ‘Normal Lives,’ Her Sisters Say


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Nicole Brown‘s sisters shared a rare glimpse into their late sister’s children’s lives. During a new interview, Denise, Dominique and Tanya Brown emphasized that Nicole’s adult kids, Sydney and Justin — whom she shared with O.J. Simpson — “want to be left alone” as they try to maintain “normal lives.”

“[Sydney and Justin] have their own families,” Dominique, 59, told Entertainment Tonight in an interview published on Wednesday, May 29. “They live normal lives. They want to be left alone, and they have children of their own.”

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Dominique also pointed out that the Simpsons “lived in a community” that “created a bubble around the kids” to shield them from the public gossip. “Our neighborhood Safeway, the supermarket, didn’t put up the magazines.”

Denise, 66, chimed in to note that while Sydney, 38, and Justin, 35, “would do family things” with them while growing up, Nicole’s sisters made sure they didn’t see a hint of their now-late father’s investigation and trial in the 1990s.

“Our televisions were all turned to VCRs except my father’s,” Denise said, adding that the kids “didn’t see any” of the news at the time. Denise also asked the public to “please leave them alone.”

“They just want to live normal lives and happy lives,” Denise added. “They don’t have both parents. It’s hard for them. It’s sad. I don’t know if it’s hard, but it’s sad for them. And I think their privacy is important to them.”

Now that a two-part documentary The Life and Murder of Nicole Brown Simpson is set to premiere on June 1, Nicole’s sisters said they aren’t sure if Sydney and Justin will watch it.


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Nicole Brown‘s sisters shared a rare glimpse into their late sister’s children’s lives. During a new interview, Denise, Dominique and Tanya Brown emphasized that Nicole’s adult kids, Sydney and Justin — whom she shared with O.J. Simpson — “want to be left alone” as they try to maintain “normal lives.”

“[Sydney and Justin] have their own families,” Dominique, 59, told Entertainment Tonight in an interview published on Wednesday, May 29. “They live normal lives. They want to be left alone, and they have children of their own.”

Dominique also pointed out that the Simpsons “lived in a community” that “created a bubble around the kids” to shield them from the public gossip. “Our neighborhood Safeway, the supermarket, didn’t put up the magazines.”

Denise, 66, chimed in to note that while Sydney, 38, and Justin, 35, “would do family things” with them while growing up, Nicole’s sisters made sure they didn’t see a hint of their now-late father’s investigation and trial in the 1990s.

“Our televisions were all turned to VCRs except my father’s,” Denise said, adding that the kids “didn’t see any” of the news at the time. Denise also asked the public to “please leave them alone.”

“They just want to live normal lives and happy lives,” Denise added. “They don’t have both parents. It’s hard for them. It’s sad. I don’t know if it’s hard, but it’s sad for them. And I think their privacy is important to them.”

Now that a two-part documentary The Life and Murder of Nicole Brown Simpson is set to premiere on June 1, Nicole’s sisters said they aren’t sure if Sydney and Justin will watch it.



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