O.J. Simpson appeared to accidentally confess to killing his wife in an upcoming T.V. special.
The footballer turned movie star was speaking hypothetically about how he might have killed Nicole Brown when he accidentally slipped into the first person.
Video footage obtained by TMZ shows Simpson discussing the 1994 slaying of Nicole and friend Ron Goldman by means of a chat with an imaginary figure called Charlie.
He told Judith Regan: ‘This is very difficult for me to do this. ‘It was very difficult for me because hypothetical, I know and I accept the fact that people are going to feel whatever way they are going to feel.
‘They gonna, whatever, whatever they want to feel. ‘Charlie came by and mentioned something about what was going on at her house.
‘This guy Charlie shows up, had recently become friends with her, and I dunno why he had been by Nicole’s house, but he told me “You wouldn’t believe what’s going on over there.” And I remember thinking, whatever’s going on there has got to stop.’
The shamed actor’s ‘The Lost Confession’ interview with Judith Regan will be screened by Fox, 11 March.
He is set to reveal what may have happened on the night of the 1994 murders he was tried for and later acquitted of. The interview is based on O.J.’s notorious ‘If I Did It’ book, where he shared the same disturbing ‘theories’.
He was accused of Nicole’s murder and later found responsible for her death in a civil trial. He was ordered to pay $33.5million [£24.7m] in damages.
Simpson was convicted of felonies including kidnapping, burglary and armed robbery in 2007, and jailed for up to 33 years. He was released on parole last October.
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