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Faye Resnick (born July 3, 1957) is a designer in Hollywood, most famous for her involvement in the O.J. Simpson murder trial. A few of her high profile clients include Paris Hilton, Nicky Hilton, Nick Lachey, Kevin Connolly, Hilary Duff and Tracy McGrady. Resnick also has commercial design projects such as the Caesars Palace Salon in Las Vegas, due to open in December 2007.

Resnick is a designer who works from conception to completion of her projects. She, along with a design team, design furniture and accessories as well as complete design plans.


Simpson murder trial

Resnick was a witness in the civil suit filed by Fred Goldman against O. J. Simpson. Resnick claimed that Simpson had stalked his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, in the months preceding the murders of Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman. She observed Simpson as a "violent, controlling, obsessed character whose happy public face could transform itself into a terrifying, sweat-drenched mask of naked hate."[1] Simpson asserted that Ms. Resnick was one of Mrs. Simpson's "peripheral friends (who) turned out not to be a friend at all," and went on to say "I know in my heart that the answer to the death of Nicole and Mr. Goldman lies somewhere in the world that Faye Resnick inhabited," Mr. Simpson said, alluding to her drug use.[2]


Resnick appeared nude in the March 1997 issue of Playboy. She wrote a self-help book that "will enable women to understand that their past has nothing to do with their future. That we can all change ourselves and change our lives".


Resnick authored Nicole Brown Simpson: The Private Diary of a Life Interrupted, based on the life of the woman she called her "best friend".


Resnick now owns her own interior design business, Faye Resnick Design.


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