Please do not tell me we have to do the whole O.J. thing again.
For those of you living under a rock, the Juice is facing two counts of robbery with a deadly weapon, two counts of assault with a deadly weapon, conspiracy to commit a crime, and burglary with a firearm.
His arrest apparently comes in connection with some of the memorabilia from his playing days that he claims were stolen.
The problem is, though, instead of contacting police about his suspicion that someone else was in possession of his property, he and several other men allegedly entered the Las Vegas hotel room uninvited and took the merchandise.
Police say at least one of the men was armed.Read (and hear the audio) more here.
I can just hear Nancy Grace. :(
If I steal it, the Browns will never know....?
If the Goldman family has its way, it may soon own the sports memorabilia that O.J. Simpson is accused of committing armed robbery to recover for himself.
Since winning a multimillion-dollar settlement against Simpson in Ron Goldman's death, the family has waged a decade-long campaign to track down and claim Simpson's assets.
That effort hasn't stopped with the NFL star's arrest following a confrontation with memorabilia collectors in a Las Vegas hotel room. On Tuesday, the family plans to file request in Superior Court to obtain ownership of the sports memorabilia seized.
David Cook, an attorney for Goldman's father, Fred Goldman, said he believed Nevada authorities would turn over the items with a court order after Simpson's criminal case finishes. The items include Simpson's Hall of Fame certificate, a gold Rolex watch and the suit Simpson wore on the day he was acquitted, Cook said."Assuming that this case is resolved one way or another, at the end of the case, the stuff will never go back to Mr. Simpson," Cook vowed. "He's going to walk out of Clark County empty-handed