O.J. Simpson's book publisher Judith Regan, who published the former football player's book "If I Did It" claims that Simpson admitted to murdering Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman.
Yes, O.J. Simpson: The Lost Confession is the programming equivalent of finding your meth-addict buddy on the floor of his apartment, face-down in a puddle of his own sick. TMZ got this exclusive clip.
The two-hour interview had been under wraps for 12 years and wasn't aired due to the contrversy then was unearthered and aired on Sunday.
Regan said she was contacted by an attorney for Simpson, who said the Hall of Fame running back was ready to confess to the murders.
O.J. Simpson still believes that he's the real victim in the murder of his wife and her friend.
Simpson said to Regan that he had been to Nicole Brown Simpson's gravesite and "cursed" at her, telling her, "Look at these kids, look at Sydney with no mother".
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"I had no conscious memory of doing that, but obviously I must have, because they found a glove there", Simpson said.
"Forget everything you think you know about that night because I know the facts better than anyone". The interview was filmed around the time Simpson was set to release If I Did It, a "fictionalized" confession to the murders.
During the interview, he reportedly offered a hypothetical scenario involving himself and someone named Charlie. This news led some of Jean's followers to question whether or not FOX would have pulled the episode following the Trial of the Century, while others noted that the interview had bumped The Simpsons from their usual Sunday night slot for the week. "And to be honest, after that I don't remember what happened after that except that I'm standing there and there's all kind of stuff around".
"Now we got to stop", he said. Simpson: "The Lost Confession?" lining up a panel of experts to discuss the footage. Goldman's family published the book and made the profits after a bankruptcy court awarded it the rights.
Wrong suggested "forgotten", "ignored" or "relegated" might be better ways to describe the material than "lost" but added that they "weren't in anybody's consciousness" when their existence was first flagged up. The following year, Simpson was acquitted of murder charges in a trial that gripped the nation and formed the bases of a recent documentary and miniseries.
In October last year, Simpson was freed on parole, after serving nine years in jail for an armed robbery.