OJ Simpson is “a completely free man” following the early end of his parole in Nevada, as confirmed with Related press by the Nevada State Police and his Las Vegas attorney, Malcolm LaVergne.
Simpson, 74, originally had a discharge date set for September 29, 2022 after being released from prison October 1, 2017. That date was moved to February 9 during the summer, although Simpson did. was released from the hospital early after the November 30 hearing “for good conduct”. The decision was approved on December 6, with his parole from December 1, every Rolling Stone.
“Mr. Simpson is now a completely free man,” LaVergne told the AP.
In 1995, Simpson was acquitted of the 1994 murders of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman. However, a California civil court in 1997 found him responsible for the death. their families, demanding that he pay $33.5 million to their family. He was convicted in 2008 of 12 counts – including armed robbery, assault with a deadly weapon and kidnapping, among others – for leading five men in a confrontation. 2007 with two people selling sports memorabilia in a lavish hotel in Las Vegas.
In the resulting trials, Simpson said he wanted to get back mementos and personal items stolen from him after being acquitted in 1995. He served nine years as a result of the conviction. and has been pardoned since being released from prison in 2017.
Simpson declined an immediate interview with the AP, and LaVergne declined to discuss his client’s future, including whether he would continue to reside in Nevada. Simpson, a famous pro and college football player, now lives in a gated Las Vegas community; An avid Twitter user, he has yet to make any mention (at least publicly) of his early discharge from the military.