OJ Simpson wanted the public to know he’s lived a conflict-free life during his Thursday parole hearing in Nevada.
“I’ve had a conflict-free life,” the former NFL star told the parole board during his hearing.
He has served nine years on kidnapping and robbery charges stemming from a 2007 incident at the Palace Station hotel in Las Vegas.
OJ Simpson “I’ve had a conflict free life.”
— Jonah Goldberg (@JonahNRO) July 20, 2017
“I have basically spent a conflict free life…” OJ Simpson, just now. Well, if you round down. Turning this off.
— ((((Peter Sagal)))) (@petersagal) July 20, 2017
OJ Simpson says he’s lived a conflict-free life. Except, of course, for the beatings he gave his wife, who wound up mysteriously murdered
— John Rabe (@johnrabeFL) July 20, 2017
“I never had an alcohol problem. I have led a conflict free life.” #OJSimpson Parole board: Hadn’t you been drinking that day?
— Christine Beswick (@bychristinebswk) July 20, 2017
Pretty ironic for a man in a prison uniform due to conviction for violent crimes and accusations lingering over him of murdering two people to claim he’s had a conflict-free life.
Simpson was sentenced up to 33 years in the Nevada prison system after he attempted to get memorabilia back that he believed was his own.
Simpson was also charged and acquitted on two murder charges after his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman were butchered to death.