OJ Simpson Has Confessed To The Murder Of His Ex Wife And Her Lover

23 years after the verdict “Not Guilty” was given to OJ Simpson in the murder trial of his Ex Wife, Nicole Brown Simpson and her alleged lover Ron Goldman an alleged confession has been made by OJ Simpson.  Judith Regan, the publisher of OJ’s book “If I Did It” stated that OJ Simpon’s lawyers called her and admitted to her that OJ was responsible for the murders of Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman.

These details emerge amidst the upcoming special “OJ Simpson: The Lost Confession?” which dives into the 1995 trial and is slated to air this Sunday March 11th.

In a preview of the show obtained by TMZ, Regan revealed that OJ basically admitted to killing his two victims and that he was trying to make sure the title of his book contained the word ‘If’ to prevent his children from ‘the truth’ and to give him cause for deniability.

In 1995 a public jury deemed the former-NFL legend turned-actor ‘not guilty after his lawyer Johnny Cochran uttered the phrase ‘if the glove doesn’t fit you must acquit’ which split the Unite States in a very divisive way.

Listen to OJ’s Confession below that he is currently using to promote his book.

Post Author: Robert Hunt