Quick Facts of Aaren Simpson
|Full Name||Aaren Simpson|
|Date of Birth||1977 /09 /24|
Prominence and affluence can help celebrities avoid many things, but not disastrous accidents. Aeren Simpson is not a popular persona as that of O.J. Simpson, her father, probably because it was shushed long before it could be heard. She was Simpson’s third child with Marguerite, preceded by Arnelle and Jason Simpsons.
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Aaren Simpon’s Bio and Wiki
Aaren Simpon was born as Aaren Lashone Simpson on 24th September 1977. Her father, O.J. Simpson is an American retired running back, actor, advertising spokesman, broadcaster, as well as the convicted robber. While her mother, Marguerite L. Whitley, is a house maker. The couple tied the knot on 24th June 1967 and had two other children named Jason L. Simpson and Arnelle L. Simpson.
Besides her, Jason and Arnelle have two step-siblings: Justin Ryan Simpson and Sydney Brooke Simpson, who are from her father’s second marriage to Nicole Brown.
Aaren Simpson’s Death and Funeral
Not much known about Aaren Simpson, considering the fact that she died at an early age of one year and 11 months old. But there are details about how she died and what killed her.
Baby Aaren passed away after drowning in the family’s swimming pool. As per a report by the St. Petersburg Times, on 18th August 1979, Aaren had accidentally fallen into a pool and entered a coma soon after that.
OJ Simpsons daughter, Aaren Lashone Simpson, died in 1979 when OJ was divorcing his first wife Margueritehttp://t.co/Ezi8t673UN
— A.E. Taylor (@AETAYLOR02) January 11, 2015
Though Aaren was rescued and immediately rushed to the Medical Centre at UCLA, Arena could win the life battle. On 26th August 1979, she was pronounced dead and the cause of her expiry was listed as a respiratory failure.
In fact, for her cremation, the family held a private funeral service with only family members and relatives.
Unfortunately, Aaren death came at a difficult point as O.J. According to The New York Times, Simpson and Marguerite had divorced earlier in 1979.