WATCH: O.J. Simpson Finally "Confesses" To Killing Nicole Brown Simpson & Ron Goldman In FOX Interview Special

March 12, 2018 9:07 AM

Monya Fleming

Senior Contributor

O.J. Simpson has finally revealed how he would have hypothetically killed Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman on Sunday night, 12 years after recording the FOX special, "OJ: The Last Confession."

The NFL Legend sat down with publisher Judith Regan to discuss what may have happened on the night of June 12, 1994.

Simpson brings up a friend that he referred to as "Charlie" that had been checking up on O.J.'s ex-wife. Charlie went to O.J.'s home to tell him what was going on at her house. 

Simpson said he told his friend, "Whatever is going on it's gotta stop!"

The Juice stated that, hypothetically, he and Charlie drover over to Nicole's place with a cap, gloves and a knife under the seat. 

In the hypothetical, "I put on the wool cap and gloves," before arriving at her home and parking in the alley. He walked around the property when he came upon Ron Goldman.

Goldman said he had been at the restaurant where Nicole dined and was returning the sunglasses her mom left behind.
Simpson became enraged when he saw Ron and started to yell at him, believing he had been on a date with Nicole.  

Nicole came out of the home and told O.J. to get the [expletive] off her property, and then he says Nicole fell and hurt herself. Simpson allegedly swung the knife at Nicole and hit her in the face with the blunt end.

Simpson appears to drop the hypothetical scenario and begins speaking in first person. 

O.J. said Ron got in a karate stance, and he asked him, "You think you can kick my [expletive]?" and then he says, "I remember I grabbed the knife." 

Simpson realized he was speaking in first person and laughed.  

Simpson continued, "I remember that portion, taking the knife from Charlie and to be honest…after that I don’t remember. Except I’m standing there and there’s all kind of…stuff around."

#mood #nicolebrownsimpson

When asked what kind of stuff, he clarifies, “Blood and stuff around.” 

He then begins to laugh: "I hate to say it, but this is hypothetical. I'm sorry; I know we have to back off again. It's hard - this is hard to make people think I'm a murderer."

The publisher asks him about a line in the book that says Simpson had "never seen so much blood in his life".

"I don't think two people could have been murdered the way they were without everybody covered in blood," he said. "And of course, I think we've all seen the grisly pictures. I think everything was covered, would have been covered in blood."

"Only an animal would do something like that, to the mother of your kids" #ronshipp #ojsimpson #nicolebrownsimpson #rongoldman
Simpson says that is when he blacked out and when he came to was covered in blood, so he quickly fled the scene with 'Charlie.

He left his two children alone in the house while their dead mother lay fatally stabbed outside the door to her home. 

When the topic of his children came up however, Simpson suddenly got very sensitive, saying: "I'm sorry. I can't do no more of this. I cant do any more of this." 

Simpson also talked about dropping a glove on the property, which was discussed during his trial. The defense team even suggested the glove was planted there by an officer.

Watch below.


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