OJ Simpson Describes His Side of Nicole Brown 911 Calls

The video will not be aired along with the rest of the episode, but, if true, the age-old question of if O.J. committed the crimes can finally come to a close.

"However, the name that's likely most interesting to those who followed the case closely is Christopher Darden, a veteran of the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office who was infamously prosecuted Simpson's case in the '90s". Simpson's lawyer said the former superstar athlete murdered ex-wife Nicole Brown and Ronald Goldman.

Over two decades after Nicole Brown Simpson's 911 tapes were used as evidence against ex-husband O.J. Simpson in her 1994-1995 murder trial, Simpson is telling his side of the story of the audio, which involves Brown Simpson telling a dispatcher that Simpson had broken down her back door to get in. "And actually, I thought it was some kind of a scam and didn't believe him and I thought this guy's a lunatic, but I took his number and said I'd call him back". "He couldn't face his children and he couldn't tell them". Simpson: "The Lost Confession?" special, the network announced Wednesday. "That was the way it was portrayed to me, that was his only confession".

In another clip from the soon-to-air interview, Simpson stresses that this is "difficult" for him to speak about, and he thoroughly expresses that his words are all merely "hypothetical", as shared by TMZ.

He added, "It's nearly like I wanted to say, 'I told you!'"

A few months ago, Cuba Gooding Jr. "You just gotta live a pure life".

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