Published: Sat, March 10, 2018
Sports | By Phillip Butler

Book Publisher Says OJ Simpson Confessed 1994 Murders To Her

Book Publisher Says OJ Simpson Confessed 1994 Murders To Her

"Simpson: The Lost Confession?" former National Football League star O.J. Simpson described his feelings at ex-wife Nicole Brown's funeral, saying he still felt anger towards her after her death.

TMZ reports that Simpson told publisher Judith Regan about the feelings toward his ex-wife and the anger that didn't go away even after her death.

The infamous question has followed O.J.

"Well, I received a call from an attorney who said that O.J. was ready to confess", she says in the clip.

Fox announced last week that they would finally air the special over 10 years after it was originally scheduled to premiere, under the name "If I Did It". Regan, who published O.J.'s controversial book If I Did It, says The Juice's lawyer told her the book couldn't be called "I Did It", because he didn't want his children to know he committed the murders. "That was the way it was portrayed to me, that was his only confession". TMZ got this exclusive clip.

Regan also did a 2006 interview with Simpson, which was done in conjunction with the book, but Fox backed out of airing and publishing both at the time, and Regan was sacked.

After clarifying that he understands viewers will "feel whatever way they're gonna feel" about the ensuing conversation, Simpson mentions a man named Charlie (presumed to be a false moniker in the event that it represents someone in real life). Simpson described what he wanted to say to Nicole Brown Simpson.

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