O.J. Simpson A 'Completely Free Man' After Parole Ends Early

O.J. Simpson is now a completely free man, according to his attorney.

Simpson was discharged from parole earlier this month, according to a Nevada State Police spokesman.

Simpson was able to end his parole early because of good behavior credits.

His parole was set to end in February of 2022.

Malcolm LaVergne, Simpson's attorney, told the Associated Press that his client is free now.

Simpson had been out of prison after serving nine years for his conviction in the armed robbery case.

You'll recall that Simpson was found guilty of leading a group of men, including several who were armed, into a Las Vegas hotel room in 2007, to steal items from people he said had previously stolen from him.

O.J. was sentenced to 33 years in prison for the crime.

Since his release from jail, Simpson has been living in Las Vegas and golfing often.

It's not clear if he will leave Nevada now that his parole has ended.