Robert Shapiro Reveals What O.J. Simpson Whispered To Him During His Murder Trial

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Robert Shapiro has finally revealed what O.J. Simpson whispered to him after he was found not guilty of double murder.

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During an interview with Megyn Kelly that aired Tuesday night, the lawyer said his client leaned over to him and said a few words. (RELATED: This Is What O.J. Simpson Told Kris Jenner About His Wife’s Murder)

“You had told me this would be the result from the beginning,” Simpson reportedly told Shapiro. “You were right.”

Shapiro added that he knew the glove wouldn’t fit Simpson’s hand because he had tried it on himself.

“It was a little bit wide in my palm and a little bit long in my fingers,” Shapiro said. “O.J. Simpson has enormous hands and I knew that the glove would not fit him. No question about it. Wouldn’t even be close.” (RELATED: Kim Kardashian Wears Nicole Brown Simpson’s Necklace) 

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Kelly asked if he thought he was trying on a glove that belonged to a murderer.

“I didn’t consider it, but it’s kind of an eerie thought when you say that.” (RELATED: The Real Story About O.J. Simpson Attempting Suicide In A Kardashian Bedroom)

The fact that Shapiro agreed to an interview with the Fox News host was remarkable because Shapiro hasn’t spoken to any journalists since the trial happened 20 years ago.