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Ron Goldman's Family Slams The People v. O.J. Simpson

Why they say it's like pouring salt in an open wound

Sadie Gennis

Ron Goldman's relatives do not appreciate seeing their family tragedy play out on The People v. O.J. Simpson.

Goldman's father Fred and sister Kim will appear on Steve Harvey this Tuesday to discuss the FX series. In a preview of the interview, Kim Goldman says the show feels like pouring salt in an open wound.

"I don't know what the probative value is of the show," Kim says. "It's everywhere all over again and people are, 'Oh, the acting is riveting and this is such a great plot line,' and I'm thinking, 'These are murders.'"

Goldman, who was a friend of Nicole Brown Simpson's, was killed along with Simpson at her house, after stopping by on his way home from work to return a pair of glasses.

"This show just kind of ripped the Band-Aid right back off, poured gallons of salt in it," Kim Goldman says. "And then they're gonna put the Band-Aid off and they're going to leave us to be. And I think it's really insensitive to not have considered the families at all throughout this process."

Watch a preview of the Goldmans' interview below.