OJ Simpson Reportedly Confessed 1994 Murders To Book Publisher

OJ Simpson Reportedly Confessed 1994 Murders To Book Publisher

In it, the former USC and National Football League star talks about the murders of Ron Goldman and Nicole Brown-Simpson - which he was found not guilty of in the 1995 criminal trial but found financially liable for in civil proceedings.

Transcripts of the tapes provided to press at the time of the trial show Brown Simpson alleging that Simpson had broken into her house from the back door and was screaming at her roommate in the front yard. Regan was interviewing Simpson for the Harper Collins book the two were working on called "If I Did It". During the discussion, Simpson gives what the network describes as a "hypothetical account" and "disturbing" details about the night of the slayings.

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In a clip of Fox's upcoming special, "O.J". While the book was later released, the special has never aired until now. Simpson said to Reagan. "So, yeah, I think everything would have been covered in blood". He adds that he doesn't remember what he said to her body when he leaned over to kiss her, but he said he remembers people telling him he said he was sorry. He couldn't face his children and he couldn't tell them that he had done it. "That was his only condition". Hosted by Soledad O'Brien, the special will feature footage from Simpson's 2006 interview with Regan. But Regan says the interview was pitched as a real confession. The program will air on Sunday, against ABC's reboot of "American Idol".