By DAVID WRIGHT
Fred Goldman slammed O.J. Simpson with a new lawsuit because he was furious that Simpson used a pay-per-view reality show to mock the victims he was accused of murdering.
On the program, called “Juiced,” O.J. pretends to try to sell a white Bronco like the one used in the slow chase that ended in his arrest on charges of murdering Nicole Brown Simpson and Fred Goldman’s son, Ron.
He brags on the show that the Bronco is “a car that I personally made famous. The car has escapability if you ever get into some trouble. It helped me get away.”
Fred Goldman’s lawsuit charges: “The fact that… jokes are played out using ‘props’ from his murder of Ms. Simpson and Mr. Goldman is particularly offensive.”
In the court papers, Goldman — who hasn’t seen any of the $20 million awarded in his wrongful death suit against Simpson — is asking a judge to award him the publicity rights to the “name, image and likeness” of the disgraced gridiron great.
“O.J. is super angry,” confided a pal. (Uh oh — we all remember what happened the last time O.J. got “super angry.” Hide the knives!)