Kato Kaelin on O.J. Simpson: ‘Yes, he did it’

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Kato Kaelin (MGN Online)

Kato Kaelin (MGN Online)

NEW YORK — Nearly 20 years after the gruesome murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman, Kato Kaelin says he knows who did it: O.J. Simpson.

That’s what Cindy Adams of the New York Post is reporting after an interview with the memorable trial witness and former resident at Simpson’s guest house. According to Adams, Kaelin said he was too “terrified” to share his feelings until now.

“The statute of limitations has now passed … so I can now say … yes, he did it,” Kaelin told Adams.

Simpson was found not guilty of the murders in 1996. He was later found liable for the deaths in civil suit filed by the victims’ families. The former football hero is currently a resident in a Las Vegas prison for armed robbery.

Kaelin was on Simpson’s property during the time of Brown’s and Goldman’s murders, and offered testimony that contradicted Simpson’s on several key points. However, his rambling and inconsistent account that played out over four days made him a disappointing witness for the prosecution. 

Adams continued to call Kaelin’s demeanor into question when he gave her this new information that led to Thursday’s story. Calling him a “little bit of a personality, little bit of a talk-show host and guest, little bit of a D-list actor in Z-minus movies, little bit on game shows, poker tournaments, reality things that didn’t make it,” Adams wrote that Kaelin is starting a website to answer questions about the murder and Simpson.