Manu Lateff Simpson is a pedophile who was sentenced to ten years for assaulting two underage girls — aged 15 and 16 — and a third woman in a single disturbing incident.
Court documents revealed Manu — the son of O.J.’s older brother, Melvin Simpson — was charged with attacking the 15-year-old for “sexual arousal, gratification and abuse” in a Sacramento, Calif., home in May 2007.
His victims were also drugged with an “intoxicating anesthetic and controlled substance” to prevent them from resisting, according to court records.
The victims accused Manu of “force, violence, duress, menace and fear of immediate and unlawful bodily injury,” the documents stated.
He was indicted on nine counts of sexual assault and pleaded no contest to four counts.
In January 2008, Manu was sentenced to a decade in state prison, a spokeswoman for the Sacramento County district attorney noted.
Manu, 45, was released in 2015 — and registered as a sex offender — but he has a criminal past that stretches to 1993.
According to public records, he’s faced charges of assault with a deadly weapon, reckless driving to evade police, possession and sale of marijuana, and carrying a loaded firearm.
In a haunting echo of O.J.’s history of domestic abuse, he was also charged with violating a protection order stemming from a 2001 domestic violence case, according to court papers.
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“O.J. Simpson and his nephew are two peas in a pod when it comes to the violent acts they have committed against females,” he said. “O.J. and his nephew are both, without a doubt, the ultimate betrayers of society.”
Neither Manu nor his father, Melvin, 71, have associated with O.J since the fallen NFL hero’s recent release from prison for a botched 2007 Las Vegas robbery.
Melvin made headlines in 2005 when he smashed a San Francisco airport shuttle van into a concrete column, killing one passenger, who was ejected from the vehicle, and injuring six others.
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