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Kato Kaelin: I didn't say O.J. did it

  • Kato Kaelin was the star witness in the O.J. Simpson trial.
  • He says comments purported to be made by him in a New York Post article are patently false
Kato Kaelin: I didn't say O.J. did it

Kato to Dr. Drew: NY Post article '100% not true'

Kato to Dr. Drew: NY Post article '100% not true'

Kato Kaelin says a New York Post article about his thoughts on O.J. Simpson's guilt is built on lies. "It never happened. It flat out never happened. It is a lie," said Kaelin.  

He even says he never talked to the author of the article, Cindy Adams.

Adams’ Post article says that Kaelin knew Simpson killed his wife.

Kaelin was the star witness of Simpson's murder trial. He was one of the last people to see Simpson before the murders and one of the first people to see him afterward. On October 3, 1995, Simpson was acquitted of killing Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman.

The Post article also states that Kaelin believes that he is free to talk about Simpson's guilt, because the statute of limitations has expired.

Kaelin says that is another assumption made by the Post, and is patently false.

"I am not a lawyer," said Kaelin. reached out to Adams for a comment, but those calls were not immediately returned.

Kaelin said he is consulting with attorneys right now, and his attorneys will take action on any libelous acts.

On September 12, published an interview with Kaelin in which he expressed his opinion about Simpson's guilt.

"[D]o I feel he's guilty? Yes, but can I prove it? No. And that's what happened in the court of law," said Kaelin.

Read more: Trial Rewind: Catching up with Kato Kaelin

Kaelin says that the Post article is a slap in the face to the Goldmans and Browns. "My heart goes out to the families."

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