Miami -- Miami-Dade police arrived at O.J. Simpson's Florida home earlier this month after his teenage daughter placed an emotional 911 call following an argument with her father, authorities said.
Sydney Simpson, 17, was crying when she made the call on the morning of Jan. 18 and asked police to assist in what she termed as "an abuse thing."
When they arrived, the girl said she and her father "got into an argument over family issues," according to the one-page police report. No charges were filed and the girl left the house to calm down, according to the report.
Police could not say Wednesday if Simpson was home when officers arrived. The former football star's attorney said he was not.
"There is nothing that occurred," said attorney Yale L. Galanter. "What I do know was Mr. Simpson wasn't there."
Simpson was acquitted of the 1994 slayings of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman, but a civil jury later held him liable and ordered him to pay the victims' survivors $33.5 million.