Caught again in a custody tussle, O.J. Simpson's daughter had a message for a state appellate court: "Please tell the judges we don't want to move."
Marjorie Fuller, attorney for Justin Simpson, 10, and Sydney Simpson, 12, told the court Friday that both children want to stay with their father, even though their wishes may not be a factor in the court's decision.
The court-appointed attorney said she met with her young clients last week. "We're only kids, but we're not dumb," she quoted daughter Sydney as saying. "Please tell the judges we don't want to move."
The parents of Nicole Brown Simpson have asked the court to review the decision that gave Simpson custody of his two children after his acquittal on charges he murdered their mother in 1994.