OJ Simpson Is Reportedly Now ‘A Completely Free Man’ After Early Discharge From Parole

The Associated Press reported Tuesday that Simpson's lawyer called the former running back a "free man" after he was released early from his parole sentence.
O.J. Simpson is in Lovelock Correctional Center for his parole hearing. Simpson is serving a lengthy prison term for his crimes.

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Simpson was sentenced to 33 years in a Nevada prison for an armed robbery in 2008 and was released on parole in 2017: Simpson was acquitted in 1995 of murdering his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman.
The Nevada State Police told the AP that Simpson was let off early for good behavior on December 1 because he was set to be discharged from parole in 2022.

Forbes reached out to the Nevada State Police and Simpson's lawyer.
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Simpson told officials before he was released on parole that he would move to Florida, but he later told the AP that friends persuaded him to stay in Las Vegas. Pam Bondi, Florida's Attorney General at the time, did not want the former felon serving his parole in Florida. LaVergne wouldn't say if Simpson will stay in Nevada.

The key background.

Simpson was found guilty in 1997 in a civil case over the deaths of Goldman and his friend. Simpson was ordered to pay $33.5 million to the victims' families and sell many of his belongings in order to do so. In 2007, he led a group of men to rob a sports dealer. Simpson claimed that he intended to take back items that had been taken from him. In June, Simpson's lawyer said that Simpson owes at least $60 million to the families of the 1994 deaths.
Surprising fact.

Simpson told The Athletic in August that he has trouble being in his hometown of Los Angeles because he might be sitting next to someone who killed Brown Simpson and Goldman.
F. Lee Bailey, the celebrity attorney who defended O.J. Simpson, has died at the age of 87.

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