OJ Simpson Reportedly Confessed to Murders to Book Publisher


Simpson was a talented and record-breaking National Football League player who was later put on trial for the murder of Nicole Simpson and Ron Goldman.

The interview was with book publisher Judith Regan and the it was aired in a a two-hour special.

Simpson was speaking to Judith Regan in a 2006 interview that Fox said was "lost" on the network's lot and will be the subject of a Fox special, "O.J".

Twenty-four years later, the truth has come out and The Juice thinks he's the victim here. Unfortunately, Regan didn't ask Simpson what Charlie said was going on.

Simpson remained conversational, without much reserve throughout the interview, but when the topic of discussion neared the night his ex-wife was brutally murdered, Simpson's demeanor shifted, his responses became terse and he refused to answer some questions.

"I really can't do more of this", he says, repeatedly, as he approaches the more gruesome details of what happened that night. Simpson loses the hypo and starts talking very clearly - undeniably - in first person, saying Ron got in a karate stance, OJ responded, "You think you can kick my ass?" and then he says, "I remember I grabbed the knife". I think Charlie is O.J. This is no hypothetical.

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He added that while he didn't remember saying anything to Nicole during her viewing, someone told him that they heard him say, "I'm sorry". During his hypothetical confession, Simpson brought up a man named Charlie, and claims after he took a knife from Charlie he blacked out. I took the knife from Charlie, and to be honest, after that, I don't remember, except I'm standing there and there's all kinda stuff around. Who I was was attacked and murdered also in that short period of time.

He was later found responsible for the deaths in a civil trial, and ordered to pay Brown and Goldman's relatives $33.5million in damages. "We've all seen the grisly pictures after", he says. "They feared O.J. would be paid", Wrong said.

Simpson was later convicted of multiple felonies, including kidnapping, burglary, and armed robbery after a 2007 incident in Las Vegas, and faced up to 33 years in prison.

Thanks to projects like the Academy Award-winning documentary "O.J.: Made in America" and the FX miniseries "American Crime Story: The People vs. O.J. Simpson", there has been a ton of renewed interest in Simpson and this case, which was described as the "trial of the century" back in the 1990's.

Nine years later, HarperCollins - owned by Fox's parent company - announced the publication of "If I Did It", in which Simpson would describe how the real murderer would have committed the killings.