|Thursday, January 30
Lawyer says O.J. wasn't home at time of call
MIAMI -- O.J. Simpson's teenage daughter placed an emotional 911 call to Miami-Dade police, asking them to intervene in an argument between her and her father.
No charges were filed.
Seventeen-year-old Sydney Simpson was crying when she made the call on the morning of Jan. 18, claiming she had been arguing with her father.
On the call, the girl asked police if they could assist in what she termed as "an abuse thing."
Miami-Dade police officials could not say if Simpson was home when they responded minutes after to the call.
Simpson's attorney, Yale L. Galanter, says his client is only listed on the incident report because he is the home owner. He says nothing occurred and that O.J. wasn't there at the time of the call.
When they arrived at the home, police found Sydney Simpson in her bedroom. The girl, whose mother was Nicole Brown Simpson, told police she and Simpson "got into an argument over family issues."
The girl left the residence to calm down.
Nicole Brown Simpson and a friend, Ronald Goldman, were killed in 1994. Simpson was charged and later acquitted of murder charges in those slayings, but a civil jury later held him liable and ordered him to pay the victims' survivors $33.5 million.