Nicole Brown Simpson’s Abuse Is Not About You, Kris Jenner.

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It’s been 21 years since Nicole Brown Simpson‘s murder, and Kris Jenner is all about Kris Jenner.

Which makes sense, seeing as Kris built a career of of being self-centered and self-promoting, but this kinda disgusts me. She basically watched scenes of herself (Played by Selma Blair) in Ryan Murphy’s The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story and issued some quotes to People about how sick and sad she felt and how SHE missed signs Nicole was being abused. Not offering support, not reflecting on abuse but just how she was “out of the loop.”

Jenner says that, even now all these years later, her “heart breaks” when she thinks about the alleged physical torment at the hands of ex-husband O.J. Simpson that Nicole reported to authorities.

“I saw all the pictures and the police reports, and I heard the tapes of her calling 911, and that was stuff I didn’t know anything about [at the time],” Jenner says. “It’s wild that she kept that from us. So I feel bad. I beat myself up because I feel like I wasn’t paying attention. Like, How did I miss this?

Jenner continues, “They say it’s very typical in an abusive relationship that the woman doesn’t really speak out about how she’s being treated. And that I will always feel sick about it – that she didn’t really or couldn’t tell any of us what was going on.”

“I look back on some of that stuff and I go, ‘Oh, now I get it,’ ” she continues. “Some things come to my memory and then I realize that’s what was going on there.”

(Via People)

These quotes totally piss me off, especially seeing as she watched some TV show and was all like, “ohhhh, that’s how it was.” Am I being too sensitive about this?

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Thursday, February 4th, 2016 at 5:05am
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