What is OJ Simpson's net worth?

OJ Simpson was a football player in the NFL for 11 seasons, he was drafted in 1969.

In 1973 OJ Simpson became the first NFL player to rush for more than 2,000 yards in a season.

What is OJ Simpson's net worth?

Simpson, also known as The Juice, is reportedly worth $3million, Celebrity Net Worth reports.

He has amassed his wealth from his NFL career, endorsements, and former career as a sports commentator.

OJ is also a convicted criminal, related to criminal robbery and kidnapping for an incident that took place in 2007.

He is also widely known in relation to his former wife, Nicole Brown Simpson's, death.

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What is OJ Simpson famous for?

Simpson is widely known in relation to his former wife's death in 1994.

Simpson was found financially responsible for the murder of Ronald Goldman.

However, he was found not guilty for the murder of Ron and OJ's ex-wife Nicole.

"As a result of the Ron Goldman civil case, OJ was ordered to pay the Goldman family $33.5 million in damages," Celebrity Net Worth reports.

"Roughly $500,000 was paid down through the sale various assets and memorabilia."

Simpson is also connected to the Kardashian family as their late father Robert Kardashian was OJ's lawyer during the 1995 murder trial.

Kim Kardashian made a joke on SNL about OJ in October 2021 during her monologue.

"It’s because of [my father] that I met my first Black person. Want to take a stab in the dark at who it was?" she said.

Is OJ Simpson now a 'free man'?

OJ has been discharged from his parole effective December 1, 2021.

"Mr. Simpson is a completely free man now," said Malcolm LaVergne, Simpson’s lawyer in Las Vegas.

On December 14 Nevada State Police spokeswoman Kim Yoko Smith said that the news comes one day after a hearing before the Nevada Board of Parole

His attorney said that Simpson declined an immediate interview.

It is unclear whether or not he will remain in Nevada or move out of the state.

He has since moved to a gated community in Las Vegas where he plays golf.

OJ often takes to Twitter to offer opinions about college and pro sports, especially football.

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