Former American National Football League running back Orenthal James "O. J." Simpson, nicknamed The Juice, has reportedly confessed to the 1994 murder of wife, Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend, Ron Goldman.
According to a report by TMZ, O.J Simpson has finally admitted to the infamous murder which got world attention in the 90s.
This is according to the publisher of his 2006 book about the killings claims in a new TV special.
Twelve years ago, Simpson sat down with former HarperCollins publisher Judith Regan for an interview to promote the disgraced former football star’s controversial book If I Did It. In the book and the interview with Regan — which was slated to air on Fox at the time — Simpson spoke about the night his ex-wife and her friend were brutally murdered.
Read the report from TMZ below...
O.J Simpson had his lawyer call Judith Regan, the woman who published his book, 'If I Did It,' and said flat-out Simpson murdered Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman ... this according to Regan herself.
This is the most damning part of the special, "OJ Simpson: The Lost Confession?," which will air Sunday on Fox. TMZ got this exclusive clip. BTW, the clip is an outtake ... it will not appear on the show.
It's really stunning ... Regan says Simpson's lawyer said the book couldn't be titled "I Did It" because Simpson needed cover in dealing with his children.
FYI ... Simpson left Nicole's almost decapitated body right by the front door of her condo as their 2 children slept. Had Nicole's dog not led a passerby to the condo after the murders, O.J.'s children would have awakened in the morning and found their mom's mangled, bloody body.