Crime & Justice

Unpaid O.J. Simpson civil judgment to be auctioned

In this file photo, lead defense attorney Johnnie Cochran (R) puts his arm on O.J. Simpson's (C) shoulder after Simpson told Judge Lance Ito Sept. 22, 1995 in Los Angeles that he has faith that jurors would acquit him of the murder of his ex-wife Nicole Simpson and her friend, Ronald Goldman. After waiting 17 years for O.J. Simpson to pay a $9 million wrongful death judgment, Ronald Goldman's mother is selling her right to the cash online.
In this file photo, lead defense attorney Johnnie Cochran (R) puts his arm on O.J. Simpson's (C) shoulder after Simpson told Judge Lance Ito Sept. 22, 1995 in Los Angeles that he has faith that jurors would acquit him of the murder of his ex-wife Nicole Simpson and her friend, Ronald Goldman. After waiting 17 years for O.J. Simpson to pay a $9 million wrongful death judgment, Ronald Goldman's mother is selling her right to the cash online.
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After waiting 17 years for O.J. Simpson to pay a $9 million wrongful death judgment, Ronald Goldman's mother is selling her right to the cash online.

Sharon Rufo listed the judgment Tuesday on JudgmentMarketplace.com. Bidding continues for 30 days, but it can be bought right away for $1 million.

Website founder Shawn Porat says Simpson's judgment is worth $24.7 million after interest is factored in. That's only if Simpson pays.

The winning bidder takes on the risk of collecting from the financially strapped ex-football star. He's been in a Nevada prison since 2008 on a robbery and kidnapping conviction.

Simpson has paid little of the $33.5 million he owes from the 1997 civil case. A jury acquitted him in 1995 of killing Goldman and ex-wife Nicole Brown.