O.J. Simpson Spotted At Gas Station By Cameraman & Puts Him In Check
As most of us have heard by now, O.J. Simpson was released early Sunday (10-1-2017) after serving 9 years in prison for stealing his sports memorabilia back from guys in a Las Vegas Hotel room. According to TMZ, he was only out of prison for 5 hours and has already been caught by paparazzi cameras.
They spotted him at a local gas station, where he seemed to be attempting to go incognito. When the camera guy walked up on him, from behind, as he sat in the back of a truck, O.J. was completely caught off guard. He was dressed in what appeared to be all-blue prison attire and he didn’t hesitate to give the paparazzi dude a piece of his mind.
O.J. was cordial, but he was agitated by the way he was being hounded just hours after being released. I’m pretty sure he expected it would be this way, but it’s clear to see that he probably thought he’d at least have a few hours outta the spotlight on during his ride to his new destination. When the camera guy first walked up, O.J. closed the door on him and spoke through the window, saying, “Are y’all stalking me? Jesus man.”
When asked where he was headed, here was O.J.’s response:
“None of your business. … Ive been in the car for the last five hours so how would I know how it feels to be out? I been in nowhere, USA for the last nine years doin’ nothin.’ Nothing has changed in my life. What do you guys…I mean…what do you expect? Now, please can I have a break here? Thank you.”
You can watch the video of O.J. checkin’ the cameraman here.
Although it hasn’t been confirmed where O.J. plans on living, it has ben widely reported that he will be residing in a city in Florida, where his children actually live. If that is where ‘the juice’ is on his way to, he can only expect to get a lil’ more tension from Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi.
Posted by Nevada Department of Corrections on Sunday, October 1, 2017
Bondi reportedly released a statement that read O.J. would not be welcomed in the state of Florida…although I’m not sure there is much she can do about it.
Via The Bleacher Report: According to the Palm Beach Post’s Hannah Winston, Bondi wrote a letter to the Las Vegas Department of Corrections and asked it to “immediately notify all appropriate authorities” that the state would be opposed to his return. “Floridians are well aware of Mr. Simpson’s background, his wanton disregard for the lives of others, and of his scofflaw attitude with respect to the heinous acts for which he has been found civilly liable,” Bondi wrote, per Winston. “The specter of his residing in comfort in Florida should not be an option.”
We’ll have to sit back and see how this plays out, because it’s only be a matter of time before O.J.’s new living quarters are made public.