O.J.'s 'Acquittal Suit' Controversy

After 15 years, the infamous murder trial of O.J. Simpson has boiled down to one thing: his suit. The beige suit, collared shirt, and tie Simpson wore when he was acquitted of double murder now belong to Mike Gilbert, Simpson's friend and the writer of How I Helped O.J. Get Away With Murder. Gilbert said he wanted to make up helping the man he now believes to be a murderer by awarding the family of Ronald Goldman the suit, which is apparently valued at $50,000. Except he recently changed his tune, preferring to give the suit to a museum or casino in much the same way he made money off of Simpson memorabilia while the trial was ongoing. Now, the Goldman family has filed a lawsuit demanding that Gilbert hand over the clothing.