OJ Simpson died having paid back a fraction of what was owed to his victims

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OJ Simpson was screwing the families of his victims ’til the very end, it seems.

The fallen football star was famously acquitted for the 1994 murder of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman.

But the year after his 1995 criminal trial, he was found liable for both deaths in civil court, and he was supposed to pay the families $33 million in damages.

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Most of his income was supposed to go toward paying off the vast sum.

But Page Six is told that Simpson made a decent living after his 2017 release from jail on an unrelated charge — but paid the Brown and Goldman families virtually nothing by running a substantial ring of all-cash business dealings.

We’re told that the one-time NFL and Hollywood star mostly made his money by doing private autograph signings and demanding stacks of bills for things like podcast appearances — and even charging people to play golf with him.

“He would sign anything except anything that had to do with the trial or murder,” we’re told. “The stipulation was always that he had to be paid in cash.”

Simpson, who died Wednesday after a battle with prostate cancer, still owed a massive amount of money to the family.

In fact, we’re told he had only paid $123,000 of the balance.

“With being paid everything in cash, there was no way to document how much money he had access to,” we’re told.

Simpson’s Heisman Trophy was sold off to help settle the debt, and proceeds from his abandoned book, “If I Did It,” might also have made a dent in it.

But any serious earning power he might have had came to an end with his 2008 conviction for armed robbery related to a dispute over sports memorabilia.

Goldman family lawyer David Cook told the Daily Mail that Simpson had failed to pay off the full amount over the decades, with the sum ballooning to more than $100 million.

“We have to start over here,” Cook said in response to Simpson’s death. “We’re going to work on that. There might be something out there.”

“We’ve had this problem for a long long time,” he added. “It could be in a trust, it could be probate. It could be all gone.”

Divorce filings obtained by the Washington Post when Simpson split with Nicole Brown Simpson in 1992 put his net worth at $10 million.

Reports following his death suggested Simpson’s fortune may have whittled down to around $3 million.

This article originally appeared on Page Six and was reproduced with permission.