http://www.courttv.com/people/2004/0517/brown_ap.html NEW YORK (AP) Nicole Brown Simpson's older sister, Denise Brown, accused a former prosecutor in the O.J. Simpson trial of having "trashed" her family in a book. Brown said the prosecutor, Marcia Clark, had been rude and arrogant to her from the outset of the trial. "The very first time I went to Marcia Clark's office, she had a huge poster-board picture of my sister with her head almost cut off propped up right near her desk," Brown told The Daily News for Sunday editions. "I told Marcia I couldn't look at that and she told me it was like 'part of the furniture' to her. How insensitive can you be? That was my sister." Clark also wrote a book about the trial that Brown said unfairly accused the family of not helping Nicole Brown Simpson leave her relationship with O.J. Simpson sooner. "As if the murders and the trial weren't bad enough, after the trial (she) goes and writes her $4.2 million book and she trashed my family. What kind of person does that?" Brown told the News. O.J. Simpson was acquitted of murder charges in the slayings of his ex-wife and her friend, Ronald Goldman, but a civil jury later held him liable and ordered him to pay the victims' survivors $33.5 million.