OJ Simpson, who was released from prison just last month after serving nine years for a robbery that occurred at a hotel in Las Vegas a decade ago, could very well be headed back to prison sooner rather than later given his pro-release shenanigans.
According to a stunning TMZ report, last week the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas booted Simpson from its facilities after he reportedly began to act unruly at one of its bars and broke some glasses.
“We’re told Simpson was angry at hotel staff and glasses broke at the bar,” TMZ reported. “Security showed up and removed Simpson from the hotel. We’re told Simpson was nice to responding security guards. Still, we’re told he’s been permanently banned from the Cosmopolitan.”
OJ ought to thank God the hotel chose to not pursue charges against him, as it would take just one slip-up for his parole to be violated and him sent back to prison.
But given as OJ’s always been a rambunctious thug with no conscious, it should come as no surprise he feels zero remorse over what happened.
“It ain’t because I was rude or crude or drunk or broke a glass or something,” he said to TMZ in a parking garage interview over the weekend, trying to explain away why he was banned from the hotel.
“All of that was completely made up,” he added. “Nothing happened at the Cosmo. It’s a complete lie, they just totally lied to everybody.”
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But that makes no sense. Why would the hotel have banned him if “nothing happened”?
And the hotel did indeed ban him, his attorney, Malcolm LaVergne, confirmed with The Associated Press, though he also “denied that Simpson was intoxicated or belligerent while at the Las Vegas Strip property.”
LaVergne also revealed that Simpson was forced to meet his parole officer and undergo drug and alcohol tests following reports of his antics going viral.
According to an unnamed source who spoke with the gossip website Radar Online, Simpson’s parole specifically prohibits him from consuming drugs or drinking to intoxication.
And this is why, if OJ truly values his freedom, he needs to cut out all the shenanigans and be wary of with whom he associates, as noted by legal expert Amy Dash.
“He has to really be careful about who he surrounds himself with because I think everybody who doesn’t like him or who has a vendetta against him or who thinks that he should have been found guilty in 1995 may try to bait him — because all he has to do is slip up once,” she said over the summer to CBS Sports.
“If he does literally anything wrong that’s considered against the law, he could go back to prison.”
H/T BizPac Review
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