Watch Khloe discuss the mini-series in the video above...
Khloe's dad Robert was on his close friend OJ's legal team, and while chatting to James Corden on his US talk show, Khloe revealed just how many of the scenes featuring child versions of herself. her sisters and brother Rob were based on true events.
Starting with OJ’s contemplation of suicide, which was featured in the series’ first episode, Khloe explained that the producers and writers have understandably used some creative licence, revealing that the incident took place “in my room, not Kim’s room”.
“They’ve done a great job,” she insisted. “I appreciate the way they’ve portrayed my father.”
As the series has continued, the Kardashian kids have featured more prominently, and Khloe observed: “They’re sensationalising the Kardashian name in it, but I think [it’s] to bring a younger audience in."
She continued: “I’m not upset about it but there was one scene of the kids chanting “Kardashians” when my dad was reading the potential suicide note.
“I called up Kim because I was like 10 [years old] back then, and said ‘did that really happen?’ and she said ‘absolutely not that didn’t happen!'”
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The series has been a huge hit with fans in the UK and the US, where over five million viewers tuned in for the debut episode, making it network FX’s most-watched series premiere.
‘American Crime Story: The People Vs. OJ Simpson’ continues on BBC Two on Monday 29 February.