OJ Simpson is an embarrassment to America.
Just released from prison on a robbery stint, he “allegedly” murdered his ex-wife and Ronald Goldman too.
Now he’s setting the record straight in a sickening interview.
This coming Sunday, Fox will release a shelved interview of O.J. Simpson’s “hypothetical” killing of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson.
Yes, you read that right.
Simpson, apparently, had a tell-all to the world of how he “would have” actually killed his ex-wife.
In fact, there was a book he wrote called ‘If I Did It’ that told a similar circumstance that was also scrapped.
This seems to be around the same timeline where the disgusting “novel” inspired an even more horrifying interview.
But the idea of that novel received much backlash and even inspired Ron Goldman’s parents to confiscate the rights of it.
The Goldman’s actually released it with the title, “I Did It,” instead of “If I Did It.”
But now we’re finding out that his actual unfiltered and unedited thoughts were laid out in one harrowing interview.
The Daily Caller reports:
A video clip has been released from the shelved interview O.J. Simpson gave to Fox in 2007 about how he would have hypothetically killed Nicole Brown Simpson.
TMZ posted the video of the infamous running back speaking with Judith Regan about the gruesome murders that also left Ron Goldman dead.
What he said got very strange when he said a friend named “Charlie” hypothetically came over to his house to tell him about Goldman and Brown and what was “going on over there.”
Simpson responded by saying, “I remember thinking what ever is going on over there has to stop.”
The full special with the interview will air on Fox this Sunday at 8 EST. I really don’t understand how Simpson just hasn’t managed to keep his mouth shut.
He got accused of butchering two people, got arrested, charged and beat a double murder charge in one of the most famous cases in American history. Maybe, just maybe, he’d take that as a sign to disappear forever, but that’s not what The Juice is all about.
He had to write a book, get nonstop media attention, give an interview about a hypothetical murder, get arrested again, go to prison and now he’s back on the streets.
His life is honestly stranger than fiction. Also, Jim Rome will forever have the best O.J. Simpson takes.
“Forget everything you thought you knew about that night.”
OJ Simpson The Lost Confession? airs Sunday, March 11 at 8PM on Fox 11 pic.twitter.com/Lowfjmqsqc
— FOX 11 Los Angeles (@FOXLA) March 6, 2018
It’s amazing that OJ Simpson is still relevant.
Somehow he keeps remaining in the spotlight even after his conviction and acquittal.