Nicole Brown Simpson had breast implants
This topic is discussed in the book, Nicole Brown Simpson: The private
Diary of a Life Interrupted, by Faye D. Resnick with Mike Walker. In
the chapter entitled Beverly Hill Breasts, she writes "Nicole loved her breasts, and
wondered how she ever got along without them."
At one point in the trial, the defense team attempted to raise the issue of whether or not
Detective Mark Furman knew that Nicole had breast implants.
It turns out that Faye Resnick also had breast implants, so that answer
will also be counted as correct. Ms. Resnick recently said, "That I had
breast implants is the only true statement to come out of Johnnie
Cochran's mouth since the trial began".
By the way, many women have sued the manufacturer, Dow Corning, over the
safety of breast implants. If Faye Resnick sues, her attorney will not
be Johnnie Cochran.
One final note: feminist poet Katha Pollitt once remarked that the
safety of breast implants would not have received nearly as much media
attention if the issue were orthopedic shoes.