Fox invites viewers 'inside' the mind of OJ Simpson

Fox invites viewers 'inside' the mind of OJ Simpson

Fox invites viewers 'inside' the mind of OJ Simpson

"It's not easy to discuss", he says when asked to talk about that night. Simpson said the murderer blacked out and when he came to he was covered in blood, according to the tabloid.

After years of nonchalantly alluding to the brutal 1994 murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman, O.J. Simpson appears to have finally confessed to his crimes 24 years after the fact. Fox will now be adding footage of her interview to the new special, which shows Simpson speculating about what might have happened the night his ex-wife and her friend were murdered. "If you're angry with the person upon their death ... it's not like that anger disappears".

"I received a phone call from the attorney who said that O.J. was ready to confess", Regan told the special's moderator, Soledad O'Brien.

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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". "That was the way it was portrayed to me".

"During that 911 tape that everyone hears me yelling, I'm saying, 'I don't want these girls around my kids.' And that's the only thing that that argument on the 911 tape was about", Simpson said.

The big condition? They couldn't call the book just I Did It because then he would have to admit it to his children. The news was revealed to TMZ through an outtake of the upcoming television special "OJ Simpson: The Lost Confession?" which is set to air on Fox this Sunday.

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