OJ Simpson's lawyer tells book publisher he committed murders, says TMZ

Calvin Saunders
March 10, 2018

In his "hypothetical" scenario, Simpson says a man named Charlie told him that something was "going on" at Brown's house and he thought, "Well, whatever is going on over there has got to stop". A decade later, Fox has chose to air the controversial never-before-seen interview during a two-hour special called "O.J".

TMZ obtained an exclusive preview of Fox's two-hour special OJ Simpson: The Lost Confession?, airing Sunday, March 11, and in the clip, Regan sat down with the show's host, Soledad O'Brien, to talk about her interaction with the ex-football star's attorney. Simpson said the murderer blacked out and when he came to he was covered in blood, according to the tabloid. "And she says 'If you damage that, you're gonna have to pay for it.' And I go, 'Well, if I pay for that, I guess I have to pay for this too".

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Police were called at the time, while Nicole cried hysterically. But shortly after he was walking away from her, O.J. Simpson said Julia Bown stopped him, looked him straight in the eye and asked, "O.J., did you have anything to do with this?" She's OK. I broke the windshield. The book by Simpson, hypothesizes about how he might have killed Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend, Ron Goldman in 1994 whose murders he was acquitted for in a widely-watched trial. Simpson's lawyer allegedly called the publisher of his book, If I Did It, and said that he would be ready to confess to the murders on one condition: that the title of the book remained the same instead of the proposed "I Did It".

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