O.J. Simpson reportedly has apologized to his former mother-in-law after a televised verbal spat with ex-sister-in-law Denise Brown.
The confrontation occurred when Simpson called the Fox News Channel during an appearance by Denise Brown. During the heated exchange, Brown told Simpson that he murdered her sister Nicole and she called Simpson "a pig" for suggesting she wanted to have sex with him.
"You murdered Nicole and you know you did it. And you know, I mean, you're amazing," Brown said.
Simpson, meanwhile, accused Brown of profiting from the media attention she has received.
On a later Fox News Channel show, Brown said Simpson called her mother and apologized for some of his comments.
Simpson was acquitted of criminal charges in the 1994 murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman, but he was later found liable for their deaths in a civil trial.
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