The sex tape, the OJ trial and more – a sneak peek at Kim Kardashian's tell-all with David Letterman

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  • We're giving you a sneak peek at some of the biggest bombshells from Kim Kardashian's interview with David Letterman.
  • Kim's interview with David Letterman for his Netflix show My Next Guest Needs No Introduction will drop on 21 October.
  • During the interview the reality star opens up about everything from the OJ Simpson trial to her 2007 sex tape.

Kim Kardashian's appearance on the third season of David Letterman's Netflix show My Next Guest Needs No Introduction sees the reality TV star open up about everything from the OJ Simpson trial to the sex tape that kickstarted the family's time in the spotlight.

During the interview, via E! News, Kim says there's always been one constant in her life: her family – though there have been times when they were almost torn about.

Of the OJ Simpson trial, she recalls not knowing "whose side to take" as Robert Kardashian joined OJ's defence team, while mom, Kris Jenner, was the best friend of the murdered, Nicole Brown.

Of attending the trial, and sitting behind OJ, Kim says Kris shot her kids a "death stare" throughout the proceedings. "Kourtney and I were like, 'Just look straight, do not look at mom.'"

Kim says the trial "tore [their] family apart".

Over the years, however, the Kardashian-Jenners have always found their way back by leaning on one another; their first lesson in that came with the release of Kim and Ray J's sex tape in 2007.

Kim says she wouldn't have gotten through the "embarrassing" scandal that left her "so upset" without the help of her family.

"That meant everything to me," she says of being able to lean on her family. "When we had our first big, public scandal, that is how we always got through things, is with each other. I have my family, that's all that matters."

Kim goes on to talk about Caitlyn Jenner, her future in law, the 2016 Paris robbery that forever changed her and more in the interview which will be available of Netflix on Kim's 40th birthday on 21 October.     

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