The family of Nicole Brown is not feelin Kris Jenner’s new book:
Kris Jenner is being blasted for writing about the death of Nicole Brown Simpson by the murdered woman’s sister Denise Brown, who says Kris is dredging up the painful past for profit. What’s worse, Denise says Kris’ version of events – as detailed in the newly released “Kris Jenner…and All Things Kardashian” – is not even accurate! “Kris Jenner IS pathetic,” Denise, 54, told The ENQUIRER in an exclusive interview.
In the book, Kris writes that the day after Nicole and her friend Ron Goldman were murdered in June 1994, Denise called her and asked about some photos Nicole kept hidden in a secret safety deposit box. “Nicole had been beaten up by O.J., and she had been keeping this physical proof in the form of photographs and, it would turn out, other evidence, in which she had documented seven years of abuse,” Kris divulged in the book. “Nicole really wanted someone close to her to know what was going on, so that somebody – namely me – could be a witness.”
But Denise strongly denies calling Kris, 56, to ask about the photos during those heartbreaking days. Denise believes the only reason Kris mentioned Nicole in the book – nearly two decades after the brutal slaying – was to generate more publicity.
“I think most people will question her intentions of writing about my sister’s murder,” Denise fumed. “I am really disappointed in Kris. For the past two-and-a-half years, my family has had some relative peace regarding all of this stuff. Now that Kris has brought it up again, she’s split open the healing wounds.
“For her to write about it is like reliving it all over again. My poor mother is really taking it hard.” But for the Kardashian clan – who reportedly raked in $65 million last year – it’s all about money, say sources. “Haven’t they made enough?” Denise added. “Nicole has been dead for 17 years. Please, Kris, don’t profit off of my sister’s horrible death.”