O.J. Simpson Reportedly Confessed to Murders to Book Publisher

O.J. Simpson’s book publisher Judith Regan, who published the former football player’s book “If I Did It” claims that Simpson admitted to murdering Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman.

In a two-hour special “OJ Simpson: The Lost Confession?” set to air on Fox Sunday and hosted by Soledad O’Brein, Regan alleges that O.J.’s attorney called her and said his client was ready to confess to the murder of his ex-wife and her friend under special circumstances, according to an exclusive clip by TMZ.

The interview is from 2006 and Simpson gives a chilling yet emotional hypothetical perspective of how he would have murdered Nicole if he’d actually was guilty of executing the crime in 1994.

“He said he was willing to do it and the only condition that he had was that he didn’t wanna call the book “I Did It”… He wanted to put an ‘if’ in front of it so that he would have deniability with his children. He couldn’t face his children and he couldn’t tell them that he had done it. And that was the way it was portrayed to me. That was his only condition,” Regan said in the Fox interview.

The bodies of Nicole and Goldman were found viciously stabbed to death on June 12, 1994, in Brentwood, California. Their children Justin and Sydney Simpson were asleep upstairs in their bedroom at the time of the murder. O.J. accused the two of having a secret affair. Authorities arrested the football player in connection with the killings, but the grand jury found him not guilty in 1995. Officials never discovered who murdered them.

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