Arnelle Simpson is the daughter of a famous football player O. J. Simpson. She started cornering the spotlight when she got engaged in her father’s 1994-95 murder trial. She took stand for her father throughout the trial, which came to fruition in his pardon. She once also again stood by her father and requested for his release when O. J. Simpson was apprehended in 2008 on account of robbery charges. Her emotional deposition played a significant role in O. J. Simpson’s release from prison in 2017. Arnelle Simpson has always backed her father through good times and the bad ones. Since she was involved in her father’s trials, she was cast in many documentary films appertaining to O. J. Simpson’s trial prison life.
Arnelle Simpson Rise To Fame
Arnelle Simpson celebrates her birthday on December 4 every year. She was born in the year 1968, in the United States of America. She is the daughter of Marguerite L. Whitley and O. J. Simpson. She is the oldest of three children born to O. J. Simpson and his first wife, Marguerite. Arnelle stayed close to her father even though her parents’ divorced in March 1979. Though she appeared in public several times standing beside her father, she started to gain the public attention only after getting herself involved in her father’s globally notified murder trial.
Arnelle stood by her father through every thicks and thins during the trial and appeared in the witness board, witnessing for him. O. J. Simpson published a book giving title to it ‘If I Did It’ in 2007, and gave credits to his beloved daughter Arnelle for encouraging him. In the book, ‘If I Did It’ it is mentioned about the murders of Ronald Goldman and Nicole Brown Simpson. Simpson gives a ‘speculative’ explanation of the murders.
O. J. Simpson was arrested in 2007 and charged for multiple offense counts, which include kidnapping, criminal conspiracy, assault, and theft. He was found guilty in the subsequent year and sentenced to 33 years in prison. After nine years, Arnelle’s testimony for her father played a crucial role in his release on October 1, 2017. She was seen in many documentaries like in the 2013 TV series documentary ‘Mugshots.’ In the next year, she appeared in a TV movie documentary titled ‘OJ: Trial of the Century.’ In 2016, she appeared in the Ezra Edelman-directed award-winning documentary ‘O.J.: Made in America.’ The documentary premiered at the ‘Sundance Film Festival.’ It won a lot many awards, comprising an ‘Academy Award’ and ‘Primetime Emmy Award.’ In 2017, Arnelle was seen in a TV mini-series titled ‘Is O.J. Innocent? The Missing Evidence and a TV movie documentary titled ‘O.J. Simpson Chasing Freedom’. She was characterized by Ariel Diane King in the anthology TV series ‘American Crime Story.’
Arnelle Simpson Family Details
Arnelle Simpson’s youngest brother, Aaren Lashone Simpson, drowned in a swimming pool when he was two years old. Her younger brother Jason L. Simpson was spotted with media attention too during O. J. Simpson’s murder trial. She also has two half-siblings, namely Sydney Brooke Simpson and Justin Ryan Simpson from her father’s second marriage with Nicole Brown. Arnelle took up the responsibility of raising her half-siblings after Nicole Brown’s murder. In one of her interviews, she disclosed how the gossips involving her father had a repugnant impact on her. Arnelle has boggled to build a career for herself. She currently lives in Fresno, California, USA.
Arnelle Simpson Net Worth And Salary
Arnelle enjoys some portion of her father’s fortune that she earned from his career as an NFL player. Her net worth is estimated to be about $3 Million.
Quick Facts About Arnelle Simpson
Full Name: Arnelle Simpson
Age: 50 years 11 months
Birth Date: December 04, 1968
Birth Place: America
Father’s Name: O.J Simpson
Mother’s Name: Marguerite L. Whitley
Marital Status: Single
Siblings: Siblings: Aaren Simpson, Jason Simpson, Sydney Brooke Simpson, Justin Ryan Simpson
Net Worth: $3 Million
Hair Color: Black