OJ Simpson's Ex-Girlfriend Writes Tell-All Book About Abortions, Cocaine Use, Physical Abuse
While the ex-footballer OJ Simpson is locked away in prison — doing nine to 33 years for armed robbery — his ex-girlfriend plans to tell all about their life together in a proposed memoir.
The New York Post reports that Christine Prody — who met OJ as a 20-year-old tourist from Minnesota when she stopped to gawk at his infamous Brentwood, Calif. mansion — has a book in the works — to be called Spellbound: My Life With OJ Simpson — about her turbulent relationship with the acquitted murderer, including 13 years of cocaine, pregnancy, abuse, jealousy, possessiveness, manipulation and rage.
"She says after he wore her down and made her have an abortion, he 'refused' to accompany her to the hospital," reports the Post. "He abandoned her, left her at the curb, made her go alone and then left for a game of golf, and she had to get one of his associates to fetch her. Page 9 of her book proposal refers to that as one of two abortions OJ made her have."
Christine — a former waitress who moved with OJ to Miami and helped care for his children Sydney and Justin — says her famous ex-boyfriend often spoke about Nicole Brown Simpson, his ex-wife whom he was acquitted of murdering — along with her friend Ron Goldman — in 1995.
"He'd continually refer to Nicole," reports the Post. "He'd compare their bodies and say Nicole's was better. And Nicole was smarter. He suggested cosmetic surgery so Christine could look more like Nicole. A night Christine wore black he said, 'Nicole wore black the night of her murder.' He said often that Nicole was an awful mother. He convinced Christine it was he who'd been the victim."
A trail of police reports can also document OJ's rocky relationship with Christine. Among them is a 1999 call Simpson made to 911 in which he said, “She's been doing drugs for two days ... I'm trying to get her to leave her house to go into rehab right now.” One year later, police were called to a Miami hotel for a disturbance involving the couple. OJ said she kicked him and slapped but declined to press charges. Then a year after that, she accused him of breaking into her home, but that time she didn’t press charges.