OJ Simpson Released from Prison in Nevada
- Author: Stacy Allen Oct 02, 2017,
Oct 02, 2017, 0:17
While out of prison, Simpson upon his release is expected to be barred from consuming alcohol in large quantities or hang out with ex-convicts which is in accordance to The Nevada Board of Parole rules.
But, like we said up top, the state attorney general doesn't want Simpson.
A lawyer representing Ron Goldman's family told Associated Press this amount had almost doubled with interest under Californian state law, and that the family would continue to seek payment from Simpson after his release.
However, Bondi said on "Fox and Friends" that she might have no legal way to keep Simpson out of Florida.
"I don't have any information on where he's going", she said. It's not clear where.
Photographs released by Ms Keast showed Simpson, seated at a table, signing the documents as others watched.
No details could be found on Simpson's location in the prison system, which State Department of Corrections spokeswoman Brooke Keast said usually indicates that an inmate is being moved in custody.
Ahead of his release, Simpson's attorney, Malcolm LaVergne, told ABC News that his client is looking forward to eating "seafood" and "steak".
It's important to note that Florida officials say Simpson hasn't filed a transfer request with the Sunshine State. Unlike the last time he went free, 22 years ago, he will face restrictions - up to five years of parole supervision.
The conviction came after a botched effort to retrieve items that Simpson insisted were stolen after his acquittal in the 1994 killings of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend Ronald Goldman in Los Angeles.
The 70-year-old Simpson left prison wearing denim and white sneakers shortly after midnight local time to avoid media scrutiny from the Lovelock Correctional Center in northern Nevada.
During the often emotional hearing, board members also heard testimony from Simpson's adult daughter, Arnelle, and from Bruce Fromong, one of two sports memorabilia dealers he was convicted of robbing at gunpoint on September 13, 2007.
A civil court jury subsequently found him liable for the deaths and ordered him to pay $33.5 million in damages to the victims' families, a judgment that remains largely unpaid.
OJ Simpson and wife Nicole Brown Simpson.