BURGLARIES at the homes of KHLOE and KOURTNEY KARDASHIAN may be linked to a crucial piece of evidence in the 1994 murders of O.J. Simpson’s ex-wife Nicole Brown and waiter Ron Goldman!
That’s the bombshell dropped by Simpson’s manager Norman Pardo, who claims the thieves could be seeking the golf clubs that Simpson took to Chicago on the night of the crime, items never found.
The clubs had once been in the hands of the fallen football star’s close pal, the late Robert Kardashian, and may still be in the possession of the Kardashian clan.
“Those clubs hold the key to solving the murders of Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman,” Pardo told The ENQUIRER. “Nobody is sure where the clubs went after Robert Kardashian died in 2003. But either Khloe or Kourtney could have inherited them. I recently put out the word that I’m looking for the clubs, and that’s reason enough for someone to break into their homes.”
The crime spree began in February when $50,000 in cash was lifted from Kourtney’s house in Calabasas, Calif.
Next, Khloe’s former home – a $5.5 million mansion in Tarzana that she once shared with her ex, troubled basketball player Lamar Odom – was robbed of $250,000 worth of watches and gold chains, according to police.
The theft was discovered March 3 when Khloe and her mother, Kris Jenner, went to the home to clean it for its new owner, sitcom star Kaley Cuoco of “The Big Bang Theory.”
While police and the Kardashians believe the crimes may be inside jobs, Pardo insists otherwise. He pointed out that late on the night Nicole and Goldman were killed, Simpson took his golf clubs with him when he flew to Chicago for an appearance.
The former NFL star returned to L.A. the next day. His golf clubs were eventually flown back to L.A., and taken to Robert Kardashian’s home.
It was rumored at the time that Simpson hid the murder weapon, a knife, inside the golf bag. And Kris Jenner recalled in her memoir, “Kris Jenner…and All Things Kardashian,” that Robert told her: “O.J. was really upset because we had to go to the airport (LAX) to get his golf clubs.”
Kris wrote: “I thought that sounded suspicious.”
According to Pardo, individuals close to Simpson and independent investigators have been searching for the golf bag ever since.
But Pardo believes it’s not the murder weapon that burglars are seeking.
“There was a lot of stuff in the golf bag that wasn’t supposed to be there,” Pardo said. “I’ve been told by people close to O.J. that what’s inside the golf bag is worth more than most people’s homes.”
Pardo said he’s quizzed Simpson several times about the golf bag, but “O.J. would just look at me and say, ‘You don’t want to know.’”