Oprah: Where Are They Now?
Rodney King's Last Interview and Newsmakers Kato Kaelin and Shannon Faulkner
Photo: George Burns
In 1992, Rodney King's brutal beating by white police officers sparked riots in Los Angeles. Oprah: Where Are They Now? features an exclusive interview with Rodney conducted just two weeks before he died. Joined by his fiancée, Cynthia, Rodney opens up about his alcohol addiction and how he feels about the cops who attacked him 20 years ago. Then, find out what happened to Kato Kaelin, O.J. Simpson's infamous houseguest. Kato talks about life after the murder trial and shares his feelings about Simpson's not-guilty verdict.
Finally, in 1993, Shannon Faulkner caused a firestorm of controversy when she fought to be enrolled at the Citadel, a prestigious all-male military college in South Carolina. The fight went all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court. Shannon won and was admitted, but she dropped out after less than a week. Seventeen years later, Shannon reveals what happened after she stepped out of the spotlight.