O.J.'s MOM STAYS PUT -- FOR NOW

Published on: December 1, 2000
O.J.'s MOM STAYS PUT -- FOR NOW

O.J. Simpson's 79-year-old mother doesn't have to worry about packing her bags -- yet. An 11th-hour deal will let her keep her San Francisco home off the auction block for at least another month.

There are plenty of people still trying to collect money from the former football pro and accused murderer, and since Eunice Simpson's residence is listed under her infamous son's name, the home could be sold to help pay off O.J.'s debts.

San Francisco Supervisor Amos Brown orchestrated the deal by raising $30,000 "through the power of God and the love of a community," according to the San Francisco Chronicle. An additional $90,000 was reportedly coming from a trust fund set up for O.J. Simpson's two children with murdered ex-wife, Nicole Brown.


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