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O.J. Simpson Threatened To Shoot Himself In Khloe Kardashian's Bedroom, Not Kim's

The Huffington Post The Huffington Post 24/02/2016 Stephanie Marcus
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Few things are weirder than having to confirm once and for all exactly whose childhood bedroom O.J. Simpson threatened to kill himself in -- but it's par for the course for when you're a Kardashian. 

Khloe Kardashian confirmed reports that FX's miniseries "The People vs. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story" didn't quite get all their facts straight.

"Not all the facts are accurate. When O.J. was contemplating suicide, it was in my room, not Kim's room," she explained to "The Late Late Show" host James Corden on Tuesday night. "They're sort of sensationalizing the Kardashian name in it, I think, to bring a younger audience in."

The 31-year-old also took the opportunity to clear up the fact that the she and her siblings never actually cheered on their father by chanting their last name as he read Simpson's suicide note during a live press conference: 

"I even called Kim, because I was 10 [at the time]," Khloe recalled. "I was like, 'Did that happen? I don't remember any of this happening.' And she was like, 'Absolutely not did that happen.'" 

Khloe also cleared up reports that the family was unhappy with how they are being portrayed, explaining that Kim raves about it. Though Khloe herself has only watched parts of the show, she's "really appreciative" of how the show has portrayed her father.

But the most interesting part of what Khloe had to say is something that the show has yet to touch. The reality star recalled how surreal it was to have so much attention paid to the case, explaining that her teachers would put the trial on during school hours and stop teaching so everyone could watch. 

"It was so crazy," she said, acknowledging that it was especially strange for her given that her father was defending Simpson -- a man who she and her sisters grew up calling "Uncle O.J."

"People were really cruel during that time. They used to key 'Guilty' on my dad's car when we would walk out of church,” she said. “It was horrible."

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