O.J. Simpson Confesses About Murder

OJ Simpson admitted to killing his ex-wife Nicole Brown months after being acquitted of her murder claims the football star’s former agent.

In the final installment of the ESPN documentary OJ: Made In America, Mike Gilbert claimed that Simpson told him he had not planned to kill his wife when he went to her home on June 12, 1994, and that she might still be alive if she had not answered the door with a knife in her hand.

Gilbert later said he did not even believe this, and is convinced Simpson went to Nicole’s home with the intention of murdering her over the fact that she had left him and was seeing his friend and protege Marcus Allen.

Rumors are abound that Simpson will make a public confession.

He is currently serving a 33 year prison sentence with eligibility for parole in nine years (in October 2017) stemming from a 2008 robbery conviction out of Nevada.


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  1. Lori Silverstein

    Well, Nevada did what California failed to do correctly the first time!

  2. CaptSpastic is MY BITCH

    I guess if he wants to finally tell the Phucking morons who think he’s innocent lmao. That would be cool.

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