According to TMZ, a judge has ordered Simpson to meet with Fred about his assets, properties, and other means of income. The meeting is set for September 16th, and if Simpson doesn’t show there could be a bench warrant put out for his arrest.
F. Lee Bailey, a lawyer who died June 3 decades after helping acquit O.J. Simpson, may be the only white person in history to publicly say the N-word and receive a widespread pass from Black people for uttering the hateful, racist slur.
O.J. Simpson started his Twitter account around the 25th anniversary of murders he was acquitted for. "I've got some getting even to do," he warned in his first tweet.
O.J. Simpson, 70, was drinking at Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas when he was kicked out for causing a scene.
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