If you think "The People v. O.J. Simpson" shed light on some surprising details of the case, wait until you see all the show left out. We've found more stunning facts since our last gallery on the subject.
Denise Brown, Nicole Brown Simpson's sister, testified that Simpson called his wife "a fat pig" while she was pregnant. Judge Lance Ito later advised jurors to ignore the dream testimon
Christopher Darden (played by Sterling K. Brown) suffered an even greater personal crisis than we saw on "The People v. O.J. Simpson": His brother, a former drug addict, was dying of AIDS. "Every hour in court was time that could have been spent with him," Toobin wrote.
Darden wasn't the only one whose family was struck by the AIDS virus. Toobin writes that Simpson's father came out as gay later in life, and died of AIDS in 1985.
The Black Power Connection
Darden was very familiar with the black power fist held up by a juror, Toobin writes. Darden ran track at San Jose State in the 1970s, and San Jose State student athletes Tommie Smith and John Carlos had famously held up the salute at the 1968 Olympic Summer Games in Mexico City.
A Harsh Allegation
"The People v. O.J. Simpson" showed us many of the insults the jurors suffered, but not this one: There were complaints about "the alleged foot odor" of one juror, according to Jeffrey Toobin's "The Run of His Life."
Put Down the Phone
Bizarrely, Darden called into Geraldo Rivera's talk show during the early part of the trial to criticize the performance of Det. Tom Lange -- a witness for the prosecution. Darden's move did not make fellow prosecutors, or cops, very happy, and he stopped making such appearances.
The post-verdict party at Simpson's house was even more sedate than the one portrayed on "The People v. O.J. Simpson." Writes Toobin: "Those guests who did come gathered around a piano and sang hymns. Simpson mostly stayed in his bedroom, receiving guests in small groups."