11/21/2012 11:42 am ET Updated Nov 26, 2012

O.J. Simpson Loves 'My Brother The Serial Killer,' Film Claiming That Glen Rogers Killed Nicole Simpson

O.J. Simpson reportedly praised a new documentary suggesting that a serial killer, and not the former football star, killed Nicole Simpson.

Fox News spoke to a source that said Simpson "loves" the documentary, called "My Brother the Serial Killer." It airs at 9 p.m. Wednesday on Investigation Discovery.

“O.J. absolutely loves it,” a source told FOX411’s Pop Tarts column. “He loves that the documentary is out and the idea that people are talking about him but he’s not the one being blamed. Typical O.J. stuff.”

Family members of Nicole Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman were enraged by the documentary, which floats the theory that serial killer Glen Rogers killed the pair in 1994.

"The overwhelming evidence at the criminal trial proved that one, and only one, person murdered Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman," Fred Goldman, the father of Ronald Goldman said in a statement to CNN. "That person is O.J. Simpson and not Glen Rogers."

Investigation Discovery spokesperson Alison Russo told Fox, "Our hearts go out to the families and friends of all of Glen Rogers' victims. Victims of crime deserve nothing less than for the truth, and the whole truth to come out."

The documentary claims Rogers confessed to the Brown-Goldman killings after he was already in jail for the 1995 murders of Tina Marie Cribbs in Tampa and Sandra Gallagher in Los Angeles. He is also suspected of killing at least 10 others and once claimed he had murdered 70 people.

Rogers reportedly provided receipts to cops that show he was working as a house painter in Los Angeles in 1994 when Brown was murdered. The documentary claims he told family members that he was working for Simpson, and he reportedly said she was rich and he was going to "take her down."

A spokesman for the Los Angeles Police Department told CNN the department would investigate Rogers' claims but does not believe he was involved in Simpson and Goldman's killings.

O.J. Simpson was acquitted of murder charges in his criminal trial and later found guilty in a civil trial.



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