Secrets Inside OJ Simpson's Long-Lost Book Discovered

Secrets Inside OJ Simpson's Long-Lost Book Discovered

Secrets Inside OJ Simpson's Long-Lost Book Discovered

O.J. Simpson: The Lost Confession will air 11 March at 8pm ET on Fox.

"It's not easy to discuss", O.J. said of the events that unfolded in June 1994.

IS this the moment OJ Simpson accidentally confessed to murdering his ex-wife? The book was also scrapped amid public outrage.

And then the bombshell. he says "Charlie" told him he wouldn't believe what was going on at Nicole's house.

A soon to be aired Fox special "The Lost Confession?" purports to reveal the reason Simpson went to Nicole's Brentwood, California home the night she died The 70-year-old is interviewed by book publisher Judith Regan, who collaborated with him on his controversial book, "If I Did It".

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A TMZ cameraman caught up with Gooding he was exiting an L.A. restaurant and filled him in on Simpson's recent altercation in Las Vegas where he got into a fight with a bartender.

Then he talks about a bloke called "Charlie" who came round on the night of the murder. "It's very difficult-because it's hypothetical, I know and I accept the fact that people are gonna feel whatever they're gonna feel", Simpson says. "I do remember that". He didn't say what that was but added that it had to stop, which was why he drove over there.

Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman's killer was never found. Simpson was arrested and tried for the murders, but after a sensational trial that gripped the nation (and world) he was found not guilty on October 3, 1995.

The Goldman's changed the book's title to If I Did It: Confessions of the Killer and released a revised version of the book it in an effort to collect on at least some of the money the courts ordered Simpson to pay.

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