O.J. Simpson Potentially Had Accomplice In Simpson/Goldman Murders

O.J. Simpson told Judith Regan he "hypothetically" had an accomplice in the murders of his ex-wife and her friend.

FOX is belatedly airing an O.J. Simpson interview they had put on the shelf several years ago. Regan, a book publisher, helped Simpson write a book called "If I Did It: Confessions of a Killer."  

........okay WHAT!? That is all sorts of messed up.

Anyways, Simpson was interviewed on camera for the TV special and he initially drew from the book and talked hypothetically about how the murders might have been committed. The unaired show was seen as a confession of sorts, and we are now learning why.

Sources familiar with the program say Simpson talked in the third person as he described how the murders might have been committed, but at some point in this interview, he lapsed into first person. It sounded like a first-person account of the murders, and although it isn't a clear confession....it suuuuuuure sounds like one.

Along with describing how the murders might have been committed, Simpson openly talks about an accomplice that was with him at Nicole's house, but never mentioned any names. 

Simpson's scenario goes like this- He went to Nicole's house the evening of June 12, 1994, to "scare the sh*t out of her." He took the Bronco to her home with his friend, along with a knife and hate and gloves on for dramatic effect. Simpson says they looked in Nicole's window and saw burning candles which lead O.J. to believe she was expecting a man to show up. Just then, up walks Ron Goldman, a waiter from the restaurant where she had just dined, holding a pair of sunglasses that Nicole's mom had left at the restaurant. Simpson then started screaming in rage. Nicole came running out and at that point O.J. claims he "blacked out" and then was covered in blood. 


The special is set to air Sunday, March 11th.

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