OJ Simpson is under fire for a joky scene in his candid camera series JUICED - in which he pretends to sell the 'getaway' car he used prior to his arrest for allegedly murdering ex-wife NICOLE BROWN SIMPSON and RONALD GOLDMAN in 1994. The scene sees the shamed sports star with his white Bronco at a used car lot, telling a potential customer, "It was good for me - it helped me get away." Goldman's father, FRED, told US entertainment news show INSIDE EDITION he found the scenario "morally reprehensible." Simpson, who was initially acquitted of murder, was later held liable for the deaths in a civil trial and ordered to pay $33.5 million (GBP18.5 million) to the families of the deceased, most of which is still unpaid. Brown's family lawyer GLORIA ALLRED says, "Any money that he makes, I hope, will go to satisfy the multimillion dollar judgment made against him in the civil case."