OJ Simpson reportedly confessed murders to 'If I Did It' book publisher

OJ Simpson reportedly confessed murders to 'If I Did It' book publisher

Simpson was interviewed back them by publisher and TV/film producer Judith Regan, whose HarperCollins imprint was set to publish Simpson's "hypothetical" confessional book "If I Did It". Simpson doesn't clarify what Charlie said was going on, but we can guess that it had to do with Goldman being at Nicole's home. Watch Fox via your phone or another streaming device like an Amazon Fire TV or Roku via one of the following cable-free live-TV streaming services. Good sense - and taste - appeared to have won out.

Fox showed clips of the 2006 interview in a two-hour special on Sunday night. Fox canceled the show, and ABC announced that it would reboot "American Idol" a year later. The writer/producer's shocking revelation was oddly timed with the announcement that Simpson's lost interview, "O.J".

Simpson was acquitted of the murders of Brown and Goldman in 1995, after a high-profile court case.

Twelve years ago, Simpson authored a book called "If I Did That" which gave a "hypothetical" account of the murders.

He goes into detail of how he went to the house with a friend named Charlie. Blood, and stuff around. Oh, yeah - this was supposed to be hypothetical. Then, according to the hypothetical, Simpson and Goldman broke out into a verbal fight, Nicole came out and Simpson said they started "having words". Maybe not in so many words, especially from a legal standpoint. "To this day, it bugs me it seems people wanted me to be guilty-that really, really bothered me".

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As to the claim that he didn't remember the things that happened during the murders, Simpson was asked whether he'd ever blacked out before. While Simpson reiterated that his story was "hypothetical", he later slipped into the first person as he recounted his recollection of the night of the murders. His celebrity is now an infamous one. The interview was originally done to promote his book "If I Did It". Ultimately, maybe this serves as confirmation, a form of affirmation for the Brown and Goldman families.

Fox had reached out to Simpson but had not received a response, it said.

Journalist Soledad O'Brien, who hosted the interview special, described Simpson's behaviour as "bizarre". Darden and his fellow panelists pointed out numerous times that this could have been addressed and stopped numerous times. The interview was scrapped in 2006 due to backlash and has now been rebooted with the name O.J.

In a cultural climate when abusive behavior and misconduct has been brought to light and punished as never before, perhaps something can actually be accomplished here. "This is hard. It's hard to try to make people think that I'm ..." he added, trailing off and laughing again.

"And he said "If she wouldn't have opened the door with a knife she'd probably still be alive". "And I don't know why he went by Nicole's house, but he told me, 'You wouldn't believe what's going on over there.' And I remember thinking whatever's going on over there, it's gotta stop".

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