Arnelle Simpson (41) is being accused of helping her pops, O.J. Simpson launder money. Legal action has been filed, and her freedom is at stake if found guilty.
The lawsuit, filed in Miami federal court, accuses Arnelle of hiding and spending the estimated $780,000 O.J. received as an advance for writing the 2006 book If I Did It. In the manuscript, which was never published, Simpson outlined – theoretically – how he killed his ex-wife Nicole Brown and Ronald Goldman. O.J. – who is serving 19 to 33 years in a Nevada prison for armed robbery and kidnapping – set up a Florida corporation to receive the advance money, according to the suit. The corporation was equally owned by O.J.'s four children – with Arnelle acting as the company's president and director.