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The family of Nicole Brown Simpson wants a piece of the rights to O.J. Simpson’s “If I Did It” book that a proposed federal bankruptcy court settlement would award solely to the estate of Ron Goldman, who was slain along with Simpson’s ex-wife in 1994.

The Brown family says in court papers that it should get 40 percent of any proceeds from the book, with the Goldmans entitled to 60 percent. And Simpson’s lawyer contends the former football star and actor’s likeness, name and right of publicity shouldn’t be attached to the project.

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