O.J. Simpson Reportedly Confesses To Murdering Ex-Wife Nicole Brown Simpson

O.J. Simpson has reportedly confessed to the murder of ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, according to a report. He allegedly confessed to one of Oprah Winfrey's producers, and will repeat the confession during an interview with Winfrey.

Simpson was charged with murdering Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman, but was later acquitted following one of the highest profile criminal trials in the history of North American professional sports.

In 2007, Simpson was arrested and convicted with several felonies, armed robbery and kidnapping including, when he broke into entered a hotel room at the Palace Station hotel-casino in Las Vegas searching for stolen memorabilia.

Simpson played 11 seasons in the NFL and was a six-time Pro Bowler and five-time First-Team All Pro. In 135 career games, Simpson - a running back - rushed for 11,236 yards and 61 touchdowns.

In nine seasons with the Buffalo Bills, Simpson had 10,183 rushing yards and 57 touchdowns. Simpson played the final two seasons of his career with the San Francisco 49ers, where he ran for 1,053 yards and four touchdowns.

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