OJ Simpson Spotted Dancing with Two Blonde Women at a Las Vegas Bar (Video)
OJ Simpson was caught on video partying with two women on the dance floor. Reports suggest he was also treated like a rock star by guests at the venue.
No one would think OJ Simpson was once a convicted felon judging from the scene TMZ caught on video of the former jailbird dancing the night away with two blonde women.
LIKE A ROCK STAR
Simpson was reportedly spotted at the Sand Dollar Lounge Wednesday last week and he appeared in good spirits hitting up the dance floor with two ladies in tow, one of them dressed in a bra top. Donning a black beanie, the former inmate busted some moves proving to the world that his past was long forgotten.
While Simpson has been getting the celebrity treatment, he did get into a bit of a snag just weeks after his release. He was reportedly banned from a Las Vegas casino-hotel due to drunken behavior.
According to TMZ, he was treated like a rock star that night with people showing love and even asking for his autograph. Many seemed to forget that he was once accused of murdering two people in cold blood. One of them was his wife, Nicole Brown Simpson the other was her friend, Ron Goldman.
Granted that he was acquitted of those charges, he was required to pay Goldman's family millions in cash because he was found liable for his wrongful death. He also served almost nine years in prison for a separate armed robbery conviction.
LIFE AFTER PRISON
Since his release in October 2017, Simpson has been trying to get back to normal living. He now resides in a gated golf community in Las Vegas where he dabbles in the sport and fantasy football. He even opened his own social media account on Twitter with over 900k followers to date.
But while Simpson has been getting the celebrity treatment, he did get into a bit of a snag just weeks after his release. He was reportedly banned from a Las Vegas casino-hotel due to drunken behavior.
OJ Simpson Rails at Getting Banned from Cosmopolitan Hotel ... 'Nothing Happened!' https://t.co/kF7vjTne7q— TMZ (@TMZ) November 11, 2017
Simpson was with a couple of friends at a steakhouse and lounge at the Cosmopolitan when a guard issued him a notice upon leaving saying he was not permitted to return to the hotel. He was given no reason at the time. He later learned that he was being accused of damaging the property while intoxicated.
BACK IN COURT
Simpson has since denied the incident and recently filed a lawsuit against the hotel for smearing his name for no reason. Since he’s on parole, parole officers visited him and proved the hotel’s allegations to be false, according to his legal documents. He also claimed to be a model parolee received warmly by people.
Simpson’s parole is expected to end in 2022 if things go on without a hitch.