O.J. Simpson's ex-girlfriend to plead guilty in theft of Moorhead couple's pills

Minnesota-born Christie Prody, former longtime lover of the imprisoned football star, will plead guilty to burglary and drug charges, a Clay County prosecutor says. She is accused of stealing prescription pills from a Moorhead couple while working as an in-home nursing assistant.
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Christie Prody, the Minnesota-born former longtime girlfriend of O.J. Simpson will plead guilty to burglary and drug charges, the Fargo Forum reports. She is accused of stealing prescription pills from a Moorhead couple while working as an in-home nursing assistant.

Prody, 37, had a 13-year relationship with Simpson that began when she was 20, after he was acquitted for murder. Simpson is now in prison for armed robbery and kidnapping.

Prody has relatives in Minnesota and graduated from high school in St. Anthony, WCCO reported in April, when Prody was first charged.

In a 2009 interview with ABC, Prody said she felt threatened by Simpson and that she believes Simpson killed his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman:

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