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Kris Jenner says Nicole Brown Simpson 'knew' she was going to be murdered

Kris Jenner says Nicole Brown Simpson 'knew' she was going to be murdered

She said she'll always feel 'guilt' over her friend's death

Kris Jenner said Nicole Brown Simpson ‘knew’ she was going to be murdered, admitting she has always felt ‘guilty’ for not doing more before her friend was killed.

Nicole was found stabbed to death at her Los Angeles home on 12 June 1994, alongside her friend Ronald Goldman, triggering what would become one of the most highly publicised murder cases in recent history.

At the time, her ex-husband OJ Simpson was linked to the deaths, but he was found not guilty at the end of a controversial 11-month trial.

The 76-year-old was later found responsible for the murders in a civil trial, but has always maintained that he is innocent.

At the centre of Simpson’s legal defense was none other than attorney Robert Kardashian - the father of Kourtney, Kim and Khloé Kardashian and their brother Robert, and the ex-husband of Kris Jenner.

While Robert had been close to OJ, Kris was good friends with his then-wife Nicole - a relationship that they maintained after their respective divorces.

The group had been close friends when OJ Simpson was married to Nicole, and Robert Kardashian was with Kris.

Archive footage from outside the courthouse is shown in new Sky documentary House of Kardashian, which explores the family's 'rise, reach and the cost that comes with having Kardashian-level fame'.

In the clip, Kris speaks to reporters as she's joined by her partner at the time, now known as Caitlyn Jenner.

Kris claims: “She knew. She told me.”

When asked what Nicole had told her, Kris says: “He’s gonna kill me and he’s gonna get away with it.

“[She said it] through the years.”

Kris Jenner said Nicole Brown Simpson 'knew' she was going to be killed.

In the documentary, Caitlyn recalls how Nicole had called Kris a week before she was murdered.

“She says, ‘I gotta talk to you,” she explains.

“And they were gonna have lunch. I found out later that Nicole was scared for her life, and she wanted to get with Kris to put stuff down on video tape in case anything happened.

“Unfortunately, that meeting never happened.”

In the new documentary, Caitlyn Jenner recalls a conversation between Kris and Nicole a week before the murder.

While Kris and her family decided not to take part in the new docu-series, she can be heard saying in an audio clip she feels ‘guilt’ over what happened to Nicole.

“I will always feel guilty I didn’t pay more attention and didn’t speak up when I thought anything was wrong, or ask her more do you wanna talk about it,” Kris says.

The new three-part docu-series features 'first hand testimony from some of those within the Kardashian-Jenner inner circle including Caitlyn Jenner herself' to challenge viewers to 'think about the power and the influence the family wields'.

House of Kardashian premieres on 8 October on Sky Documentaries.

Featured Image Credit: E! / Vinnie Zuffante/Archive Photos/Getty Images

Topics: Film and TV, Documentaries, Kardashians