Oj Simpson released three months early thanks to good behavior. He had been convicted in 2008 of theft by armed hand of sports memorabilia
OJ Simpson he is a free man. He was released from prison three months early thanks to the good behavior recognized by the authorities in Nevada, reports the Guardian. The actor and former American football player, after being sentenced in 2008 for a theft of sports memorabilia at gunpoint, against two collectors of sporting memories in 2007, he ended up in prison first and then on parole. He was released from prison on December 1st, after nine years of imprisonment.
Her attorney did not disclose the star’s future plans, who for the past few years has lived in Las Vegas, where she played golf and tweeted about the sport. Simpson has had several problems with justice, including the trial for the death of ex-wife Nicole Brown (from whom he was divorced in the year of his death) and his friend, Ronald Lyle Goldman, found dead on June 13, 1992. Simpson accused of the murder was later acquitted in ’95. He was later found guilty in the civil lawsuit filed by the victims’ families two years later.
For the theft of the relics, carried out with 5 men, two of whom were armed, OJ defended himself by stating that he had only tried to recover objects that had belonged to him and that had been stolen years earlier, at the time of the “trial of the century” for the death of his ex-wife and friend.
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