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Executor of O.J. Simpson’s estate plans to fight payout to the families of Brown and Goldman

LAS VEGAS (AP) — The executor of O.J. Simpson’s estate says he will work to prevent a payout of a $33.5 million judgment stemming from a wrongful death lawsuit filed years ago by the families of Simpson’s ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman. Simpson’s will was filed Friday in a Clark County court in Nevada, naming his longtime lawyer Malcolm LaVergne as the executor. The document shows Simpson’s property was placed into a trust that was created this year. LaVergne told the Las Vegas Review-Journal that the entirety of Simpson’s estate has not been tallied. Nevada law says an estate must go through the courts if its assets exceed $20,000.

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