Former football legend OJ Simpson quietly walked out of a Lovelock Correctional Center at the crack of Sunday morning after serving 9 years for a robbery and kidnapping charge in 2007.
The 70-year-old was infamously acquitted for double murder in 1995, but ended up being found guilty for armed robbery years after he broke into a friend’s hotel room with acquaintances with weapons in attempt to retrieve signed memorabilia, ironically his own. He was sentenced to 9 to 33 years, but was granted parole in July.
Post-prison plans for Simpson are unknown, but he is expected to move to Florida and write a book. Simpson’s four children, two of who live in the state, have noted their father is “no doubt” moving there.
“I can tell from his voice on the phone … that he’s looking forward to freedom and hugging his family on the outside,” Malcolm LaVergne, Simpson’s lawyer, told the Times in an interview conducted before the release.
The Juice is loose.