Large publishers see boekcontract O. J. Simpson not sit
The major publishers in America to see a contract with O. J. Simpson to publish a book not sit. Although series and documentaries about the former American football player well walked, is the publishing scene afraid of negative reactions and perhaps even a boycott, reports TMZ.
O. J. Simpson (70) is currently a sentence in the Lovelock prison of the U.s. state of Nevada, for the perpetration of a robbery and hi-jacking of a person. In 2008, he was sentenced to a term of imprisonment of 33 years, but in October he comes early and free because of good behavior.
The former American Football player was in 1994 for the murder of his wife and a friend of hers, Ronald Goldman. Although he was eventually acquitted, many of them would still not be convinced of his innocence. That is one of the reasons why the publishers don’t want to burn to a publication that is apparent from a survey carried out by TMZ.
If I Did It
Additionally, publishers are afraid other authors to lose and they think that customers don’t sit waiting for a book about Simpson. “Consumers will not have twenty dollars to pay for a zelfverheerlijkend book about how his life has improved,” said Keith Urban by Javelin.
In 2007, Simpson and his book If I Did It, which publisher Judith Regan her job took at HarperCollins. The criticism was that Regan to a lot of money would have paid to Simpson for the boekcontract, making the Football player earned to the murder case.That fiasco may be the publishers yet, but all the time remember.