Simpson's DVD called "Juiced" has the former football star pulling pranks while a hidden camera rolls, TV's "Inside Edition" in Los Angeles reports.
One of the pranks has Simpson trying to sell the infamous white Bronco at a used car lot, telling a prospective buyer: "The car has escapability (sic), if you ever get into some trouble."
Simpson, who still owes $33.5 million to the families of Ron Goldman and his former wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, plans to market "Juiced" on the Internet.
Brown family attorney Gloria Aldred told "Inside Edition" she hopes any money raised by the video sales would go toward satisfying the jury award. Attorneys for the Goldman family said they were looking into forcing Simpson to turn over any profits made by sales of the DVD.
Fred Goldman told "Inside Edition" the DVD was "morally reprehensible" and "disgusting." The victims' father also called proceeds from the DVD "blood money."