REPORT: Everyone Who Visited OJ Simpson Before His Death Was Forced To Sign NDA

Following the death of former NFL running back O.J. Simpson, details are beginning to emerge about how he spent his final days.

Simpson, who died from prostate cancer at the age of 76 on Thursday, was visited by family in the days leading up to his death.

But the family who visited him had, including all of Simpson’s living children, were forced to sign a non-disclosure agreement, according to a report from TMZ.

The NDAs extended to friends, family, and even medical personnel who helped him and assisted him during his stay in hospice.


TMZ says that friends flew in from around the country to see Simpson before he died, with as many as “30 to 50” people passing through to visit the former Buffalo Bills and USC star.

Simpson’s later life was initially defined by the 1994 deaths of Nicole Brown Simpson and his friend Ron Goldman. 

After being charged with their murders, Simpson fled from the police in a nationally-televised chase, and he was acquitted the following year in an extremely controversial and divisive decision.

He spent nine years in prison in Nevada after a robbery of sports memorabilia, and after his release Simpson would provide sports commentary on social media through short videos.

Simpson was diagnosed with prostate cancer, the disease that eventually took his life, in 2023. He announced that he was undergoing treatment a few months ago, and entered hospice before he died.