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An upcoming documentary about O.J. Simpson will include a focus on long standing questions about the paternity of Khloe Kardashian.
In the documentary, titled “The Man Who Saved O.J. Simpson,” former prison guard and author Jeffrey Felix said that if Kardashian still wants to take a paternity test to see if Simpson is her father, the inmate would agree, according to CBS News.
…under one condition: Kardashian would have to visit him in prison.
Felix, who used to guard Simpson, claims that Kardashian once begged Simpson to take a paternity to prove whether or not he is her father but he refused.
“She has to go there and talk to him. He wants her to come out to Lovelock and visit him in person,” Felix said. “O.J. will do it and the prison officials have told him they will allow it. It’s just a quick mouth swab and they would allow it to happen during a visit.”
Kardashian has had doubts about her parentage because she doesn’t look like siblings Rob, Kim and Kourtney — her mother, Kris Jenner, admitted in 2011 to having an extramarital affair while married to Robert Kardashian and two other ex-wives have said Robert is not Kloe’s father.
As for why Simpson wants Kloe to visit, Felix said the suspected killer had “other things” on his mind.
“He wants to talk to her about some other things too, but more importantly like her he wants to know if she is his daughter,” Felix said.
Kardashian took to social media this week to caution people not to believe all that they think they know:
Remember, the rumors u hear about me r about as true as the ones I hear about u. You mustn't believe all that u think u know. Silly rabbits
— Khloé (@khloekardashian) June 16, 2016
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