Just hours after he was officially released from prison, an unsuspecting O.J. Simpson was spotted at a gas station and questioned about how it feels to be released.
The person who spotted Simpson, who was released from custody early Sunday morning, walks up to a white suburban and asks the unsuspecting NFL Hall of Fame running back how it feels to be out and where he’s headed to.
“Ya’ll stalking me?” Simpson asks. “Jesus, man. One, none of your business. Two, I’ve been in the car for the last five hours, so how do I know how it feels to be out? I’ve been in nowhere U.S.A. for the last nine years doing nothing. Nothing has changed in my life. What do you expect? Nothing has changed. Please, can I have a break here?
Watch the video of Simpson’s impromptu interview below:
Simpson served nine years in a Nevada prison for a foiled hotel robbery; Simpson was famously acquitted in the murders of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and Ron Goldman. He was released from the Nevada Department of Corrections a few minutes after midnight October 1 to avoid publicity.
Here’s a video of Simpson walking out of custody:
State prisons spokeswoman Brooke Keast told The Associated Press she was not sure where Simpson went or who met him at the prison to pick him up.
“I don’t have any information on where he’s going,” said Keast, according to ESPN. The video shows him being told to “come out” and responding “OK.”
However, an attorney for the Goldman family said to CNN that he will go after Simpson’s money because OJ owes the family millions of dollars due to a successful civil suit they filed against him after his acquittal in the murders.
The prosecution and defense in the brutal murders was dubbed the “Trial of the Century” and divided Americans at the time. According to ABC News, “Simpson was sentenced to prison following an arrest in 2007 during a botched robbery in Las Vegas, when he led a group of men into a hotel and casino to steal sports memorabilia at gunpoint. The former Buffalo Bills star contended the memorabilia and other personal items belonged to him.”
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