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The People V. O.J. Simpson And 9 Other Tragically True Hollywood Stories

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Was justice served October 3, 1995?

The world may never know the truth behind the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman, and maybe that haunting mystery is why the case remains the most infamous to date.

Related: Martin Sheen Producing Docuseries To Prove O.J.'s Innocence

As such, no one can say Ryan Murphy made the wrong choice when it came to deciding which legal tsunami would be the subject of American Crime Story's first season.

Even knowing the outcome, fans of the FX series clenched their pillows every week to see how the behind-the-scenes dealings played out. It all came to a head Tuesday night as audiences watched the finale dramatically show everyone what we all knew was coming… "not guilty".

Unfortunately, the unsolved case of Ron and Nicole's deaths aren't the only dark stain in Hollywood's history.

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The People V. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story Ended With A LOT Of Emotions — Get The Drama Filled Recap HERE!

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One of the most captivating shows of the year has already come and gone as The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story aired its big finale Tuesday night — and it certainly was dramatic!

Sure, we already knew what was going to happen, but that doesn't mean there wasn't any tension as the verdict was finally revealed in the trial of the century! *SPOILERS AHEAD*

Video: John Travolta Chats With Ellen DeGeneres Playing Robert Shapiro!

The episode started with Johnnie Cochran (Courtney B. Vance) teasing everyone — including O.J. Simpson — and making us believe that the athlete was

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Kesha Eyeing Lawyer From The O.J. Simpson Wrongful Death Trial For Hire — Is The Attorney 'Ready To Go To War'?

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Kesha is ready to take her fight with Dr. Luke to the next level.

On Monday, a sourced dished that the Tik Tok singer is considering enlisting the help of Dan Petrocelli, who is best known for representing the father of murder victim Ron Goldman in the wrongful death civil lawsuit against O.J. Simpson. Ooh, the big guns!

Related: Dr. Luke's Camp Responds To Kesha's Claims AGAIN!

The insider noted:

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Martin Sheen Is SO Convinced O.J. Simpson Is Innocent That He's Producing A Docuseries To Prove It!

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This docuseries is actually happening.

Could it actually be possible that O.J. Simpson really was innocent all along?!

Well, Martin Sheen certainly thinks so!

The Hollywood Reporter reports the 75-year-old will be an executive producer on an upcoming docuseries that aims to prove the scandalized star didn't actually murder ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman.

Related: Jury In O.J.'s Case Thought The Prosecutors Were Hooking Up!

Investigation Discovery has picked up the six-part production, which will also be narrated by the Grace and Frankie star.

The show will be based on the work of private investigator William C. Dear, who wrote a book titled O.J. Is Innocent and I Can Prove It.

In the manuscript, William provides "never-before seen evidence" AND another theory about what really happened that fateful night in Brentwood.

Still skeptical? So was ID president Henry Schleiff, who is now singing a different tune, saying:

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O.J. Simpson Juror Says The Jury TOTALLY Thought Prosecutors Marcia Clark & Chris Darden Were Hooking Up — See What He Said!

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The People v O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story has made The O.J. Simpson trial once again the subject of public interest.

Which means some of the players are coming out of the woodwork to throw in their two cents about why the prosecution lost the high-profile murder trial…

According to Michael Knox aka juror #620, prosecuting attorneys Marcia Clark and Chris Darden (spoilers?) lost the murder trial because the jury thought they were secretly boning each other!

Knox was portrayed in an episode of the FX legal drama as the juror who was dismissed from the trial for lying about a prior conviction — but during his time in the courtroom, he noticed some serious sexual tension between Clarke and Darden!

Related: Robert Kardashian Breaks Down On American Crime Story!

Speaking to TMZ, Knox reveals that many female panel members saw Marcia as unprofessional — from her hair, to the way she dressed, to the way she "walked around like a hoe." Lovely…

Knox went on to say that the prosecution's downfall was LAPD detective Mark Fuhrman's lie about using the "n-word."

While the trial is still out on if Clark and Dardon actually did the dirty, it looks like Crime Story wasn't exaggerating how badly Clark (played by Sarah Paulson) was mistreated during the trial just for being a woman.

Do YOU think Marcia Clark and Chris Darden hooked up IRL?

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Robert Kardashian Breaks Down & Jurors Have Some MAJOR Drama On The People V. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story — Get The Recap!

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If you haven't been watching FX's hit show The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, then you've certainly been missing out!

Sure, we've already passed some of the more memorable moments of like O.J. Simpson's infamous Bronco chase, the defense dropping the n-word several times during the trial, and even those gloves — but that doesn't mean there's not more excitement!

Related: LAPD Finished Testing Knife Found On O.J.'s Estate!

Tuesday night's episode packed quite an emotional punch as it heavily focused on the drama the jury has faced as well as a very touching scene between Kris Jenner (Selma Blair) and Robert Kardashian (David Schwimmer).

The episode opened on

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Inmate Survives Execution — And Now The Court Has Ruled Whether He Can Be Put To Death Again!

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This is as shocking as it is confounding.

Back in September 2009, Romell Broom got the ultimate last-minute stay of execution when he survived his lethal injection!

After two excruciating hours of a team attempting to inject poison into the veins of the convicted murderer, Ohio Governor Ted Strickland stopped the execution.

Related: Jared Fogle Was The Victim Of Prison Yard Beatdown

But since the state did technically attempt to execute him for his crime — even though he survived the horrible ordeal — Broom's attorneys argued that trying again would violate double jeopardy laws.

You know, the reason O.J. Simpson had nothing to fear from that knife.

Well on Wednesday the Ohio Supreme Court settled the argument once and for all, ruling

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