Kris Jenner looks back on her experiences with O.J. and Nicole Brown Simpson on Tuesday's episode of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," when the talk show host brings up the new series "American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson."
"I didn't know there was abuse until we heard and saw the whole thing unfold like everybody else and then heard the 911 tapes... which were going to be used as evidence in the trial," she says.
Jenner says she had known O.J. Simpson since she was 17, when she met her now ex-husband Robert Kardashian.
Robert, Kris and their kids are portrayed in the miniseries, which dramatizes the 1994 murder trial of O.J. Simpson, accused of killing his wife Nicole.
"It was very difficult because my ex-husband was on one side, I was on the other, the kids were in the middle," Kris tells Ellen. ""Everybody lost so much that night."
Kris also talks about Caitlyn Jenner and Kanye West on the show.
On Caitlyn Jenner
"You don't want anyone to be miserable or in pain or any of that, but I think for me just getting used to all of that, it's just I'm human, and I just have my feelings, but I try and it's just baby steps."
On Kanye West's tweeting
"There are days there should be a no tweeting law and I'm like, I'll ground him."