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OJ Simpson Officially Freed From Prison

OJ Simpson Officially Freed From Prison”

Simpson told his parole hearing in July that he hopes to move to Florida to be with his family, though this has not been confirmed.

The Nevada Parole Board unanimously ruled in favor of granting The Juice early parole after serving only nine years of his 33 year armed robbery and kidnapping sentence.

"Our biggest concern was our safety and the public's safety and not wanting anybody, paparazzi, to follow him", Keast said. On Sunday, he walked out of prison, a free man.

Before his release, 70-year-old Simpson expressed a desire to return to Florida, but implied that the state's attorney general did not want him there.

At his parole hearing he said that he had done his time.

But when they last spoke, Simpson was a Lovelock, LaVergne said.

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No details could be found on Simpson's location in the prison system, which State Department of Corrections spokeswoman Brooke Keast said usually indicates that an inmate is being moved in custody.

She wrote a letter to the Florida Department of Corrections objecting to Simpson's relocation.

He was picked up by an unidentified friend.

But Scotto added that Simpson won't be shying away from the public eye.

Simpson lost his home near Miami to foreclosure in 2012.

Two of Simpson's children live in St. Petersburg, Florida. Simpson is expected to have at least five years of parole supervision as well other limitations.

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He told officials that leading a group of men into a 2007 armed confrontation was an error in judgment he would not repeat.

- 1979: Simpson retires, having rushed for 11,236 yards, second-most in National Football League history at the time.

A famous "slow-speed chase" that was televised resulted in his arrest, and his "trial of the century" was broadcast live to millions of rapt viewers across the nation. Like the chase, his trial became a media sensation.

A Goldman family attorney said the judgment amount has almost doubled with interest over the years to more than $65 million, and he continues to seek payment. He says he only wanted to retrieve personal items, mementoes and family photos.

"I don't have any information on where he's going", Ms Keast said.

O.J. Simpson's story represents one of the most dramatic falls from grace in the history of American pop culture.

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