OJ Simpson Says He Won’t Go to LA Out of Fear of Running Into Real Killer

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OJ Simpson has spoken. And what has he said? He’s said that he’s scared of going back to LA any time soon. Why? Out of fear for running into the ‘real killer’ of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown.

Simpson, the disgraced former NFL star and actor, was acquitted for the murders of Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman, however he was found liable in a civil suit shortly thereafter.

According to TMZ, OJ is quoted as saying:

I have trouble with L.A. People may think this is self-serving, but I might be sitting next to whoever did it. I really don’t know who did this.

And that’s it, essentially. OJ is absolutely petrified of running into who really did it.

Speaking more about the matter, OJ said:

I still think I’m a good guy. I didn’t let it change me. It did for a while. I was angry for a while, but I treat everybody the way I want to be treated.I figured eventually somebody would confess to something, you know? I had one suspect I told my lawyers to look at. I still think he might be involved, but I can’t talk about it.

Recently, Simpson was in the news after it was confirmed he tested positive for COVID-19.

Simpson said:

When I had COVID, I almost couldn’t get out of bed. I made it to my balcony, trying to breathe. I couldn’t catch my breath. I felt vulnerable and for the first time thought I might be near the end. Since that day, I have wondered, Do I want to be buried? Do I want to be cremated? Years ago, I would have left it up to Nicole because I know she would have done the right thing.

The Athletic interview then spoke to Fred Goldman, the father of Ron Goldman, who was also found murdered at a Los Angeles home along with Brown, to make some comments about Simpson.

And he really didn’t hold back saying that it was a shame Simpson didn’t die from covid…

More specifically he said:

Out of all the people who’ve passed away from COVID, what a shame he wasn’t one of them. I certainly don’t think he deserves any sympathy. He’s alive, he’s free. He can do anything he wants. Everything my son can’t do.