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OJ Prosecutor: Marcia Clark and I Were 'More Than Friends'

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    In this September 27, 2016, file photo, prosecutors Marcia Clark (left) and Christopher Darden listen to defense lawyer Johnnie Cochran Jr. during closing arguments of the O.J. Simpson double murder trial.

    More than 20 years after the O.J. Simpson trial, lawyer Christopher Darden is breaking his silence about his relationship with fellow prosecutor Marcia Clark, the "Today" show reported.

    The pair were "more than friends" during the 1994 case, Darden told Entertainment Tonight on Monday, saying they were inseparable at the time.

    While he didn't go into much detail, Darden, now 60, described their relationship as passionate "fire."

    The trial and its prosecutors have recently returned to the headlines, thanks to the FX show "The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story" and its multiple Emmy wins Sunday. Back in March, Clark also briefly touched on her relationship with her "trenchmate" Darden on "Ellen."