Florida doesn't want OJ Simpson

Posted October 04, 2017

Simpson served nine years in prison, out of a 33-year term, for leading a group of men into a Las Vegas hotel and casino to steal sports memorabilia at gunpoint that he said had been stolen from him.

In the early hours of Sunday morning, O.J.

Though publicity-prone in the past, Simpson apparently took the advice of people in his inner circle that he avoid the spotlight.

"Our biggest concern was our safety and the public's safety and not wanting anybody, paparazzi, to follow him". Arruti said that could change in the future.

"How's it feel to be out, Juice?" the photographer asked the former football hero. He later left the prison with four or five boxes of possessions in the vehicle.

He went to prison in 2008, receiving a stiff sentence that his lawyers said was unfair.

"I'm in a vehicle for the last five hours so how do I know how it feels to be out?" he said through an open window, answering the man who shot the video who called Simpson by his nickname, "Juice". That return did not appear imminent.

Keast said Simpson left with two boxes - one filled with legal paperwork and the other with personal items. "We anticipate that the Nevada Board of Parole will uphold the conditions of Simpson's parole and not provide leniency".

Brooke Keast, a spokeswoman for the Nevada Department of Corrections, shared a few details on his release.

Though Florida's attorney general has urged the department to object to Simpson's return, the department previously has said it would be required to accept a transfer if the request met certain criteria. All I want is my property.

Simpson's sister, Shirley Baker, told ABC News from California on Sunday, "We are just joyous, grateful and celebrating today". Two: "I'm in a vehicle for the last five hours so how do I know how it feels to be out", replied Simpson.

Simpson was looking forward to reuniting with his family, eating a steak and some seafood and moving back to Florida, LaVergne said recently. He also wants to get an iPhone and get familiarized once again with the world of technology.

The onetime football legend was paroled for his 2007 conviction for armed robbery and kidnapping at 12:08 a.m. Sunday.

When prison officials told Simpson, "Don't come back", the former Buffalo Bills star responded, "I don't have any intent", according to Keast. They had advised it would be no earlier than Monday and possibly in Las Vegas. Simpson is out of prison, but still on parole after serving nine years for robbery. He can not use drugs unless prescribed legally and is subject to regular screenings to ensure he's in compliance with those terms.