A Heisman trophy won by O.J. Simpson back in 1968 was stolen 16 years later in a burglary, and has finally been recovered by Los Angeles Police, according to reports.
The O.J. Simpson case continues to remain a fascinating occurrence that shined a racial blacklight across America, even 20 years after it first came to be.
Today marks 20 years since the murders of O.J. Simpson’s ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman. Simpson was charged and later acquitted in the brutal slayings.
O.J. Simpson has been granted parole, but he’s not exactly free just yet. Simpson has been behind bars for the better half of four years.
O.J. Simpson is not interested in taking responsibility for anything. For the first time ever, the former football star took the stand to defend himself in court, this time for a kidnapping incident that could keep him locked up for as many as 33 years.
O.J. Simpson feels that he’s been wronged by the legal system. How ironic. Simpson, who is currently behind bars on various charges including kidnapping, wants a new trial because of his shady lawyer.
O.J. Simpson’s historic murder trial is coming back to network TV, All Hip Hop reports. Fox is developing a show based on the former football player’s legal troubles.
O.J. Simpson’s If I Did It is up for auction on eBay for a whopping $250,000. The “rare” find is one of the last copies of Simpsons literary work detailing what he would’ve done had he killed his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ronald Goldman.
O.J. Simpson has hit a new low—allegedly. The New York Post reports that Simpson, currently behind bars in Nevada, wants to sell of the weapon used in the murder of ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend, Ron Goldman. A source close to the former football star claims that the 65-year-old wants to sell the […]