Inside Source Reveals Whether OJ Simpson Actually Made A Deathbed Confession Before His Passing

OJ Simpson smilingOJ Simpson (Pool Photo/Getty Images)

OJ Simpson spoke to close friends and family in the days leading up to his death, but he did not confess to any crimes before passing away.

News of the former NFL star’s death broke this Thursday, with his family revealing he had passed the previous day.

People immediately wondered whether he discussed the killings of his ex-wife Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman, and rumors of a confession eventually spread. However, a source has told TMZ that no such thing happened and that the claims were “totally false.”

Unless being thirsty and asking for water is a confession … or wanting to watch the golf tournament. Nothing about the LA thing came up or was even thought about,” the source said.

The “L.A. thing” is, of course, a reference to the double murder of Nicole and Ron 30 years ago. Simpson infamously led police on a low-speed chase before surrendering himself after the LAPD made him their prime suspect.

He was acquitted 11 months later but was found liable in 1997 after Brown’s family filed a civil wrongful death suit against him.

Johnnie Cochran with a hand on OJ Simpson's shoulder Johnnie Cochran with a hand on OJ Simpson’s shoulder (Photo credit POO/AFP via Getty Images)

OJ Simpson Was Diagnosed With Prostate Cancer

TMZ has also reported that over 30 people visited Simpson’s home in Nevada to bid him farewell. According to sources, everyone who visited had to sign NDAs, and no cell phones were allowed in the master bedroom where he was. His four children, including the two he had with Nicole, and grandchildren were with him when he died on Wednesday.

A former star running back in the NFL, Simpson was diagnosed with prostate cancer and was reportedly in and out of hospital before going home a few weeks ago.

His death has prompted mixed reactions from fans online, with many people still of the view that he was guilty despite a jury stating otherwise.


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