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The publisher at the centre of a planned OJ Simpson book has been fired. In the book the former US football star hypothetically discusses how he would have killed his wife, Nicole, and her friend, Ron Goldman.
Judith Regan publicly defended the controversial book project, If I Did It, despite pleas from the families of the deceased for them not to go ahead. The book and an accompanying TV special were pulled when it became clear the controversy was too great. And now Regan is looking for work after she was unceremoniously sacked at the weekend.
HarperCollins' chief executive Jane Friedman said: "Judith Regan's employment with HarperCollins has been terminated, effective immediately.
"The Regan publishing programme and staff will continue as part of the HarperCollins general books group." - Wenn