EXPLOSIVE: OJ Simpson Admits ‘I HAD AN ACCOMPLICE’ In Simpson/Goldman Murders

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In what should be the most shocking interview in history, Fox airs a special on Sunday, March 11 that has OJ Simpson telling Judith Regan he had an accomplice in the murders of his ex-wife and her friend.

FOX is airing an OJ Simpson interview it had shelved years ago. Regan, a book publisher, helped Simpson write a book called, “If I Did It: Confessions of a Killer.”

In 1994, Simpson was arrested and charged with the murders of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman. He was acquitted by a jury after a lengthy and internationally publicized trial. The families of the victims subsequently filed a civil suit against him, and in 1997 a civil court awarded a $33.5 million judgment against Simpson for the victims’ wrongful deaths.

EXPLOSIVE: OJ Simpson Admits 'I HAD AN ACCOMPLICE' In Simpson/Goldman Murders

According to TMZ, the 70-year-old revealed this new information in a interview promoting his controversial memoir.

TMZ explains:

Regan interviewed Simpson on camera for the TV special and he initially drew from the book and talked hypothetically about how the murders might have been committed. The un-aired show was viewed as a confession of sorts, and now TMZ knows why.

Sources familiar with the program tell us, Simpson talked in the third person as he described how the murders might have been committed, but at some point in the interview he lapsed into first person. We’re told it sounded like a first-person account of the murders and, although it’s not a clear confession, it’s in that arena.

We’re told Simpson flat-out talks about an accomplice who was with him at Nicole’s home. He did not name the accomplice.

Simpson’s scenario goes like this … he went to her house the evening of June 12, 1994, to “scare the s*** out of her.” He took the Bronco to her home with his friend, brought a knife and put a hat and gloves on for dramatic effect.

Simpson then says he looked in Nicole’s window … saw burning candles and believed she was expecting a man to show up. Just then Ron, a waiter from the restaurant where she had just dined, appeared with a pair of sunglasses Nicole’s mom had forgotten at the restaurant. Simpson started screaming in rage, Nicole came running out … and at that point he says he “blacked out” and came to covered in blood.

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In the book, which was published by the Goldman family after being awarded rights by a Florida bankruptcy court, OJ admits he was doing his best to stay away from Nicole before her murder.

“I wasn’t going to go anywhere near that woman. I was sick and tired of her s—. If she wanted to take herself down, that was one thing. But I wasn’t going to let her take me down with her,” he wrote.

However, when he heard some scandalous details of a recent trip she took to Mexico with a girlfriend he became furious and went to confront the blonde beauty with his friend “Charlie,” taking a knife and those infamous gloves with him. The rest is history.

The OJ Simpson saga never ends.

OJ was just recently released on parole from prison in Nevada. In 2007, Simpson was arrested in Las Vegas, Nevada, and charged with the felonies of armed robbery and kidnapping.

In 2008, he was convicted and sentenced to 33 years imprisonment, with a minimum of nine years without parole. He served his sentence at the Lovelock Correctional Center near Lovelock, Nevada.

On July 20, 2017, Simpson was granted parole. He was eligible for release from prison on October 1, 2017, and was released shortly after midnight on that date after serving 9 years.

Previously, but after the murder trial, OJ had a busy time with the law as well.

In February 2001, Simpson was arrested in Miami-Dade County, Florida, for simple battery and burglary of an occupied conveyance, for yanking the glasses off another motorist during a traffic dispute three months earlier. If convicted, Simpson could have faced up to 16 years in prison, but he was tried and quickly acquitted on both charges in October 2001.

On December 4, 2001, OJ’s Miami home was searched by the FBI on suspicion of ecstasy possession and money laundering. The FBI had received a tip that Simpson was involved in a major drug trafficking ring after 10 other suspects were arrested in the case. OJ’s home was thoroughly searched for two hours, but no illegal drugs were discovered, and no arrest or formal charges were filed following the search. However, investigators uncovered equipment capable of stealing satellite television programming, which eventually led to Simpson’s being sued in federal court.

On July 4, 2002, OJ was arrested in Miami-Dade County, Florida, for water speeding through a manatee protection zone and failing to comply with proper boating regulations. The misdemeanor boating regulation charge was dropped, and Simpson was fined for the speeding infraction.

In March 2004, satellite television network DirecTV, Inc. accused Simpson in a Miami federal court of using illegal electronic devices to pirate its broadcast signals. The company later won a $25,000 judgment, and Simpson was ordered to pay an additional $33,678 in attorney’s fees and costs.

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