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O.J. Simpson is back in the news ahead of Fox’s television special “OJ Simpson: The Lost Confession?” TMZ has debuted an exclusive outtake from the two-hour special in which host Soledad O’Brien interviews book publisher Judith Regan, who says Simpson and his lawyer contacted her and confessed to the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman.
“OJ Simpson: The Lost Confession?” will feature the discussion between Regan and Simpson that was filmed in 2006. Regan was interviewing Simpson for the Harper Collins book the two were working on called “If I Did It.” The interview featured Simpson giving “a hypothetical account” of the night of the murders. Fox canceled the special after it was revealed Simpson received a $3.5 million paycheck for the sit-down. While the book was later released, the special has never aired until now.
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According to Regan, Simpson and his attorney approached her about writing a book about Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman’s murders. The lawyer told her that Simpson was willing to confess, but only under the condition that they present the confession as a “what if.”
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