Verdicts & Settlements

Ron Goldman's mom puts unpaid OJ Simpson judgment up for auction


The mother of Ron Goldman has put her unpaid wrongful death judgment against O.J. Simpson up for auction.

Sharon Rufo listed the judgment on Tuesday, report the Associated Press and CNN Money. Her son, Ron Goldman, was killed along with his friend Nicole Brown Simpson in 1994. O.J. Simpson was acquitted in the murders the next year but held liable in a civil suit in 1997. He is currently in prison for an armed robbery to acquire his sports memorabilia.

The unpaid judgment can be purchased immediately at JudgmentMarketplace.com for $1 million. Absent that kind of offer, the bidding will be open for 30 days. The website values the judgment at $24.7 million with interest included.

JudgmentMarketplace.com was launched in March 2011 by then-law student Shawn Porat.

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