Denise Brown, the sister of the late Nicole Brown Simpson is calling for a boycott of the O.J. Simpson book "If I Did It". She says she is "shocked and horrified" that Fred Goldman had reached a deal to publish the controversial book which describes how O.J. would have brutally murdered his own wife Nicole and her friend Ron Goldman in 1994 -- if he had done it.
Last month a federal bankruptcy judge awarded rights to the book to Ron Goldman's family to help satisfy a $38 million wrongful death judgment against Simpson.
It will be published with Simpson's original manuscript intact and include commentary. The Goldmans and the publisher will donate portions of sales proceeds to the newly formed Ron Goldman Foundation for Justice to help victims of violent crime.
In her statement, Brown accused Goldman's father, Fred Goldman, and other family members of hypocrisy for publishing a book that he had called "disgusting and despicable" when Simpson first planned to publish it last November.
David Cook, an attorney for Goldman, called Brown inconsistent for denouncing the publishing plan after lawyers for her and her family sought a share of possible profits from the book for themselves.