• Sydney Brooke Simpson is the eldest child of O.J. Simpson and his late wife Nicole Brown.
• As of today, she resides in St. Petersburg, Florida and runs a business alongside her brother.
• Her net worth is estimated to be around $500,000.
• She is of mixed race, with her mother being Caucasian and her father being Black.
• O.J. Simpson was arrested in Las Vegas, Nevada in 2007 and sentenced to 33 years imprisonment, but released on parole in October 2017.
Where is Sydney Brooke Simpson today? Wiki Bio, net worth
As of today, little is known about the eldest child of O.J. Simpson and his late wife Nicole Brown. Sydney Brooke Simpson was born on 17 October 1985 in the USA which means that she is 33 years old and her zodiac sign is Libra. Sydney, whose nationality is American, is best known as a daughter of O. J. Simpson, a former American football player. Being born to famous parents, Sydney has been in the spotlight since she was born, and some questions about her relationship status, net worth and private life have been posed and we’ll talk about those subjects in this article.
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Where is Sydney Brooke Simpson Today?
Many people are curious about what Sydney’s doing now and where she is. As many agree, rising above what happened to her mom and getting over such a loss seems really hard. But, to answer your questions, as of today, she resides in St. Petersburg, in Florida and runs a business alongside her brother. We are glad that things turned out well for her and hope that her success continues.
So just how rich is Sydney Brooke Simpson as of mid-2019? According to authoritative sources, Sydney has a net worth of around $500,000, whereas her dad reputedly still has a net worth of $3 million, despite his legal difficulties.
However, she hasn’t revealed any information about her assets, such as houses and cars, but she is seemingly supported financially and is living peacefully away from the media.
Ethnicity and Background
Speaking about Sydney’s ethnicity, she is of mixed race, as her mom was Caucasian and her dad is Black. She has dark hair and brown eyes, which suits her complexion, but she sometimes dyes her hair a shade or two lighter, which also suits her.
Prior to marrying Sydney’s mom, O.J. was married to Marguerite L. Whitley, with whom he had three children and, despite still being married to Whitley, Simpson began a relationship with Brown, who at that time worked as a waitress at “The Daisy”. In 1985, the couple took a big step in their relationship and married and had their first child, Sydney in the same year, and their son Justin Ryan Simpson in 1988. Their marriage was short lived and they divorced in 1989. Despite being accused of abuse, O.J. went on to reconcile with Nicole in 1992, but their second attempt failed as they were “a dramatic, fractious, mutually obsessed couple before they married, after they married, after they divorced in 1992, and after they reconciled”, as Sheila Weller stated.
Unfortunately, Sydney is not active on any social media, which makes it hard for her supporters to keep in touch with her. As a matter of fact, she avoids the media and prefers staying secretive. Despite being a public figure, Sydney isn’t keen on sharing any private information with the media and that includes her relationship status and dating history. This led many to believe she might be single, but who knows what the future holds for her and we wish her well.
Nicole Brown Murder
On 12 June 1994, Brown and her close friend Ron Goldman were found stabbed to death outside Brown’s apartment in Brentwood, Los Angeles and O.J. was the main suspect in the murders. Five days later, he became the object of a low-speed pursuit by police, when he was driving with his friend Al Cowlings. The whole event regarding the murder and Simpson being a person of interest shook the whole nation and even the 1994 NBA Finals were interrupted by the live coverage of the incident, watched by 95 million people.
In the upcoming period Simpson’s pursuit, arrest and trial were some of the most publicized and talked-about events in American history, with the trial being called the Trial of the Century. The aftermath of the event is still visible as of today. Reportedly, 100 million people across the nation watched and listened to the verdict announcement when the judge rendered a verdict of “not guilty”. The verdict divided the people with different racial backgrounds, as most African-American people believed that Simpson was innocent and that the justice was served, while Caucasian and Latino people felt that the injustice was made.
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Other Legal Troubles
O.J. Simpson has been a subject of controversies multiple times. Among other legal troubles, the State of California claims that Simpson owes $1.44 million in back taxes and a tax lien was filed in September 1999. During the same period of time, O.J. tried to register “O.J. Simpson”, “O.J” and “The Juice” as trademarks for a broad range of goods, such as coins, trading cards and figurine and in 2001, he was arrested for battery and burglary of an occupied conveyance. The FBI believed Simpson was also involved in drug trafficking and money laundering but no illegal drugs were found in his house. Reportedly, during that troublesome and devastating time, Sydney and her brother Justin refused to see their father.
O.J. portrayed his version of the events in the book entitled “I Want to Tell You: My Response to Your Letters, Your Messages, Your Questions”. In addition to being a former American football player, O.J also worked as an actor and his most prominent projects include “The Naked Gun 2½: The Smell of Fear”, “The Towering Inferno” and “Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult”. In 2016, anthology series “American Crime Story” dedicated its whole season to his case.
However, in the meantime O.J. Simpson was arrested in Las Vegas, Nevada in 2007, and subsequently convicted of armed robbery and kidnapping, sentenced to 33 years imprisonment, but released on parole in October 2017.
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