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The sale of the suit worn by O.J. Simpson when he was acquitted of murder charges in 1995 is going forward, and the sellers are looking to get six figures for it. Alfred Beardsley tells TMZ that he is hoping to make the deal privately, rather than leave at open auction. Get out your checkbooks, people!
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The Goldman family filed suit in May to try and stop the sale, but Beardsley tells us the judge "didn't buy it," and so the sale goes on. Calls to Goldman's attorney were not immediately returned.