Paula Barbieri Net Worth

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Paula Barbieri net worth:
$1.5 Million

Paula Barbieri Net Worth: Paula Barbieri is an American model and actress who has a net worth of $1.5 million dollars. Born in 1966 in Panama City, Florida, Paula Barbieri is best known in the entertainment industry as a model for Victoria's Secret and Vogue, and as the girlfriend of O.J. Simpson. During the '90s, she picked up roles in straight-to-video movies, including the erotic series "Red Shoe Diaries" and "Double or Nothing". Other TV and film credits include "The Watcher", "The Dangerous", "The Misery Brothers", "Night Eyes 4: Fatal Passion", and "Red Shoe Diaries 5: Weekend Pass". Barbieri earned a nude spread in a 1994 issue of "Playboy" magazine. She may be best remembered, however, for apparently being O.J. Simpson's last girlfriend before the death of Nicole Simpson. Barbieri was reportedly with Simpson the night Nicole was found murdered. She was a large part of the former NFL star's murder trial, testifying on the stand that her SUV was stolen by William Benson Wasz. She continued to make headlines by visiting Simpson while he was jailed. Once acquitted, Simpson was photographed visiting Barbieri several times in Panama City, though their relationship reportedly ended in 1995. She wrote her story in the 1997 book "The Other Woman: My Years With O.J. Simpson". Barbieri has been married to judge Michael Overstreet since 2000 and has one child.

Paula Barbieri Net Worth

Paula Barbieri

Model
Date of Birth
1966-12-31
Profession
Model, Actor
Nationality
United States of America
Height
5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)
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