The California Supreme Court rejected O.J. Simpson’s appeal for custody of his two children Wednesday, and he faces a new custody trial that would include evidence on whether or not he killed their mother. The court unanimously denied review of a lower-court ruling that set aside a judge’s order giving Simpson legal custody of his daughter Sydney, 13, and son, Justin, 10. Simpson, reached at home, told the Associated Press he was prepared to face another trial against his ex-wife’s parents. “If they want to go back to court, we’ll end up back in court,” he said. “My basic feeling is, I will do everything imaginable. My kids have been through enough. Why would anybody want to do this?”

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