OJ Simpson could cash in signing autographs if released from prison

Posted July 21, 2017

O.J. Simpson will face a parole board Thursday regarding several remaining counts from a 2007 incident at a Las Vegas casino, for which he was sentenced to 33 years in prison.

He has served more than eight years of a nine- to 33-year sentence.

According to CNN, the parole board score inmates on a number of factors. JASON BEAN/AFP/Getty Images O.J. Simpson (center) reacts during his parole hearing at Lovelock Correctional Centre in Lovelock, Nevada, U.S. July 20, 2017.

Simpson, 70, was convicted of armed robbery and kidnapping among other charges in 2008 after he confronted two sports memorabilia dealers in September of 2007 regarding merchandise Simpson claims was stolen from him.

Simpson in 2013 was granted parole on the armed robbery conviction.

"Thank you, thank you", Simpson told the board.

Should Simpson be granted parole, he will be officially released from prison October 1, the Daily News noted - and Simpson is reportedly ready for his release. Simpson now can start counting the days until he leaves custody following his success in the "parole hearing of the century".

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OJ Simpson could walk out of prison in just a few months. She says he didn't make the right decision in 2008 when he tried to take back sports memorabilia in a budget hotel room in Las Vegas.

O.J. Simpson was nicknamed "The Juice" back when he was playing in the NFL.

"I'm at a point in my life where all I want to do is spend as much time with my children".

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"I've always thought I've been pretty good with people", Simpson replied, adding "I've basically spent a conflict-free life".

Darden called Simpson a "narcissist" and urged him to "admit [his] sins" in relation to the Brown Simpson and Goldman murders as well. "But I could have been a better Christian, and my commitment to change is to be a better Christian." .

"I think it was extremely heavy", Cambria said.