Published: Thu, March 08, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

OJ Simpson Watch His 'Confession' To Murdering Nicole

OJ Simpson Watch His 'Confession' To Murdering Nicole

What he said got very unusual when he said a friend named "Charlie" hypothetically came over to his house to tell him about Goldman and Brown and what was "going on over there".

Simpson sat down with veteran publisher, editor and television personality Judith Regan in 2006 for a wide-ranging and no-holds-barred talk to promote his controversial book, If I Did It, which detailed how he said was his so-called fictional ideas on the brutal murders.

Much like in the book, Simpson in the interview shares what he calls a "purely hypothetical" description of the killings.

"First of all, this is very hard for me to do this", explains Simpson in the video. "It's hard for me, because it's hypothetical".

After clarifying that he understands viewers will "feel whatever way they're gonna feel" about the ensuing conversation, Simpson mentions a man named Charlie (presumed to be a false moniker in the event that it represents someone in real life). But Simpson occasionally switches from speaking about the hypothetical murderer and his pal Charlie in third person to referring to himself as the killer.

He said that "Charlie" told him he wouldn't believe what was happening at Nicole's Brentwood home.

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Later in the interview, he recalls the gory scene of the crime.

He adds: 'Where are the bloody clothes so somebody had to get rid of the bloody clothes.

A promo from Fox for "O.J".

'We've all seen the grizzly pictures after, I think everything would have been covered in blood. "It was absolutely disgusting". Simpson: The Lost Confession.

O.J. Simpson: The Lost Confession airs March 11 at 8 p.m. ET on Fox. "You be the judge".

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