Tuesday, October 9, 2007

FRED GOLDMAN LEARNS, WHEN IT COMES TO O.J.'s 'BLING', EVERYTHING THAT GLITTERS AIN'T GOLD.

Fred Goldman has learned--well, at least I hope he has; although I'm willing to bet that he hasn't--that everything that glitters isn't gold. After Goldman's attorneys successfully sued to get O.J. Simpson's Rolex watch, the timepiece will have to be returned after it was found to be a cheap imitation. According to TMZ.com, the Goldmans thought it was worth as much as $22,000 and intended to sell it with money going toward a largely unpaid $33.5 million wrongful death settlement. However, an appraisal from San Francisco jeweler Shreve & Co. concluded it was worth only about $100. Simpson had told his lawyer, Ronald Slates, he paid $125 for it. The watch's low value qualified it as an exemption. Cook said Goldman will comply with the ruling and return the watch.

A jury acquitted Simpson for the murders of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and Fred Goldman's son Ron Goldman, but a civil court found the ex NFL-star liable. So far, Simpson has paid very little of the $33.5 million judgment.
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1 Comment:

candylicker said...

LMAO!!!

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