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Ten Weird Facts The People v O.J. Simpson Left Out

The FX series The People v O.J. Simpson filled in quite a few blanks relating to the cast of characters involved in the trial, but it also left us with a bunch of unanswered question.

What's the deal with Johnnie Cochran's secret second marriage, which was only hinted at on the show?

Turns out Johnnie led two lives with two wives in the 1970s- he lived primarily with his wife Barbara and carried on a secret relationship with his secretary Patty.

He married and had children with both women, and by 1995 he was trying to put his womanizing past behind him when his ex Barbara released her tell all book Life After Johnnie Cochran.

Being a womanizer definitely isn't cool, but that Judge Ito sure seemed like a cool cat on the show. What was his deal?

Judge Lance Ito is such a cool guy he picks up cops at crime scenes (he met his wife Margaret York at a homicide crime scene at 4 a.m.) and drives around with a vanity plate that says "7 BOZOS" (a stab at the California Supreme Court).

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