Simpson: "The Lost Confession?" former National Football League star O.J. Simpson described his feelings at ex-wife Nicole Brown's funeral, saying he still felt anger towards her after her death.
Regan also did a 2006 interview with Simpson, which was done in conjunction with the book, but Fox backed out of airing and publishing both at the time, and Regan was sacked. But Simpson goes on to offer a hypothetical scenario, suggesting that a man named Charlie saw something going on at Brown Simpson's home, and handed the purported murderer the knife that would be used to kill her, according to CNN. Simpson: "The Lost Confession?" special, the network announced Wednesday.
In 1995, Simpson was found not guilty in the murders of Goldman and his ex-wife, though two years later, he was found liable for their deaths in a civil trial, and was ordered to pay over $33 million to the families of the victims.
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TMZ says Simpson's interview with Judith Regan which is set to air on Fox on Sunday night, contains a segment in which he calmly describes how he attempted to intimidate his wife at the time.
Regan claims that Simpson's attorney told her flat out that Simpson was ready to confess to the murders of Brown Simpson and Goldman.
It's really stunning. Regan says Simpson's lawyer said the book couldn't be titled "I Did It" because Simpson needed cover in dealing with his children. "That was the way it was portrayed to me, that was his only confession". Corporate sibling Fox Broadcasting shelved the special after several affiliates told the network they would refuse to air it.