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

OJ Simpson Reportedly Confessed Murders to 'If I Did It' Book Publisher

OJ Simpson Reportedly Confessed Murders to 'If I Did It' Book Publisher

- The infamous interview with O.J. Simpson, in which he describes a hypothetical account of the night his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman were murdered, finally will air on television after being shelved 12 years ago.

As for what he said when he leaned over to kiss Brown Simpson, the former National Football League pro claims that he was told that he said "I'm sorry", but notes, "I don't know that I said anything to be honest with you".

"However, the name that's likely most interesting to those who followed the case closely is Christopher Darden, a veteran of the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office who was infamously prosecuted Simpson's case in the '90s".

O.J.'s former prosecutor will join fellow analyst Judith Regan, the "If I Did It" author who conducted the original 2006 interview with Simpson that will be shown for the first time on Sunday. "He wanted to put an "if" in front of it, so that he would have deniability with his children", Regan says. Corporate sibling Fox Broadcasting shelved the special after several affiliates told the network they would refuse to air it. "That was the way it was portrayed to me".

In a clip - obtained and released by TMZ Thursday - from the upcoming FOX special, "O.J".

In another preview for the special, Simpson continues, "I do remember I grabbed the knife".

He added, "It's nearly like I wanted to say, 'I told you!'"

A TMZ cameraman caught up with Gooding he was exiting an L.A. restaurant and filled him in on Simpson's recent altercation in Las Vegas where he got into a fight with a bartender. "You just gotta live a pure life".

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