Celebrity O.J.'S DAUGHTER'S CASE By People Staff Published on April 7, 1999 12:00 AM Share Tweet Pin Email O.J. Simpson’s adult daughter, Arnelle, has met the conditions of her probation for drunken driving, according to a prosecutor’s report that ends the case. Ms. Simpson, 30, paid more than $10,000 to repair an apartment building and bus bench she damaged with her black Saab convertible, prosecutor Laura Jane Maglinger told a judge this week. Ms. Simpson, who did not attend the hearing, pleaded no contest last year to misdemeanor drunken driving charges. Her blood alcohol was measured at 0.20 percent after the accident April 24; the legal limit in California is 0.08 percent. She served two days in jail, was fined $2,810 and entered an 18-month program for convicted drunken drivers. Ms. Simpson is the daughter of O.J. Simpson and his first wife, Marguerite.