Tanya Brown, sister of Nicole Brown Simpson, has said she is still sure that American football star OJ Simpson was responsible for her sibling’s murder - 25 years on.
In an interview on This Morning, Brown said that she and the rest of Nicole’s family and friends “know who did it”, regardless of legal proceedings.
Nicole was killed on 12 June 1994 along with her friend Ron Goldman and Simpson was subsequently arrested.
He was acquitted of murdering Nicole and Goldman after a trial in 1995. but was found liable for their wrongful deaths in a 1997 civil suit.
“I mean, the only thing that he forgot to leave at the crime scene was a ‘Hi, My Name Is’ name tag,” said Brown.
Brown added: “The evidence was just so, so extreme. They had everything.
“We know who did it, it’s not going to change anything. Life goes on.”
Brown said she “believed it was a drive-by shooting” for several months, but now urged viewers to go back to the 911 call Nicole made about her husband.
According to Brown, the family’s focus is now on Nicole’s two children with Simpson - Sydney and Justin.
She added: “I made a commitment to myself years ago to really understand and accept that this is their dad and no matter what, he will always be their dad.
“So I chose to keep that peace. And that’s what helps me go on.”
Brown said she does have regret over not attending a dance recital just hours before Nicole’s murder.
She said: “Had I known it would’ve been the last night I would’ve seen my sister, and all of us together, most certainly I would have been there, but sadly I didn’t.
“But I can’t go back there in my head or in my heart.”
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Simpson was released from prison in October 2017 after serving nine years of a 33-year jail term for armed robbery.
A five-part documentary film about Simpson’s life, O.J.: Made in America, won the Oscar for Best Documentary Feature in 2017.
This Morning airs weekdays at 10.30am on ITV.