O.J. Simpson made an incriminating statement at the wake of his slain former wife, Nicole, that viewers of “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story” never got to see! An inside source told The National ENQUIRER
that The Juice went up to her open coffin, kissed her cold lips and whispered, “I’m so sorry, Nicki. I’m so sorry.”
Nicole’s mother, Juditha Brown, then confronted him. “Did you have anything to do with this?” she demanded. The spy claimed that O.J. simply responded, “I loved your daughter."
The day following the June 15, 1994, wake for Nicole, O.J. showed up at the cemetery where Nicole’s light-wood casket arrived in a white hearse. The downcast NFL legend held hands with his children, Justin, then 6, and 9-year-old Sydney as their slaughtered mom was laid to rest.
Photo credit: Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office
In a bizarre twist, that same funeral's gatekeeper was O.J.’s pal Al Cowlings! The next day, Al drove the white Bronco with O.J. during the infamous slow-speed chase down the freeways of Los Angeles.
Al was originally supposed to drive to the cemetery, where O.J. had planned to kill himself at Nicole’s grave — after having given himself away at her funeral!