|Full name||Nicole Brown Baur|
|Know as||Nicole Brown Simpson, Simpson, Nicole Brown|
|Birth place||Frankfurt, Germany|
|Lived||35 years, 0 month, 24 days|
|Height||5' 5" (1.65 m)|
|Spouse||O. J. Simpson|
|Children||Two, Justin Ryan Simpson, Sydney Brooke Simpson, Sydney Simpson Justin Simpson|
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Nicole Brown Baur Biography:
She wed former NFL greatO.J. Simpson in 1985, but filed for divorce in 1992. On June 13, 1994, Nicole and her friend Ron Goldman were found viciously killed outside of her Los Angeles home, with her ex husband fast becoming the prime suspect. The couple initially set up life in Frankfurt, where the Browns had two daughters, Denise and Nicole. While their daughters were still toddlers, the family moved to America, settling in a house in Garden Grove, California. There, the Browns had two more daughters, Dominique and Tanya. Nicole had no issue adapting to California life. The blond beauty gravitated toward the shore as a young teenager, and was named homecoming princess at Dana Hills High School. From the age of 18, Simpson had started working as a waiter in the Daisy, an upscale Beverly Hills nightclub.
By all reports, the two immediately fell for each other and shortly started dating. That year, the couple welcomed a daughter, Sydney, and three years afterwards, they had a son named Justin. Nicole Brown Simpson was apparently a faithful mom. She eschewed nannies, insisted on taking her kids to dance and karate lessons and welcomed family into her home for vacation occasions and birthday parties. In addition to her familial obligations, Nicole began a modest interior decorating company.
Her union, nevertheless, was far from peaceful. O.J. was not only unfaithful, he was violent. Friends as well as relatives would later recount finding bruises on Nicole’s body. There were numerous events, such as the 1989 New Year’s Eve celebration where the former football player supposedly threatened to kill her. He pleaded no contest to spousal battery, butsuffered small in the manner of results.
Recently single and on her own, Nicole Brown Simpson relished her new life. Equipped with a $433,000 resolution from her divorce and $10,000 a month in child support, she zipped around Brentwood in a white Ferrari and frequently went out dancing with friends, though she remained dedicated to her children.
Nevertheless, a seemingly paranoid O.J. was understood to follow her, apparently even hiding out in the bushes of her lawn.”I am frightened,” Nicole at one point told her mom. “I visit the gas station, he is there. I am driving, and he is behind me.”The couple tried to accommodate, though by late spring 1994 Nicole told pals she was stopping the on-again, off-again relationship.
In the early morning hours of June 13, 1994, Nicole Brown Simpson and her buddy, a server and model named Ronald Goldman, were discovered stabbed to death beyond her Los Angeles condominium. Authorities finally charged her ex husband using the savage homicides, setting into motion an mental and racially charged criminal trial that ended with a jury acquitting him of all charges in October 1995. The victims’ families got some measure of vindication in February 1997, when O.J. Simpson was found liable for the wrongful deaths at the ending of a civil trial.
Nicole Brown Simpson’s body was entombed at Ascension Cemetery in Lake Forest, California. Eternally linked to one among the very infamous trials of the late 20th century, she became a topic of interest again using the cast and creation of American Crime Story,a miniseries in regards to the murder and subsequent legal fights scheduled to air on FX in early 2016.