Last week O.J. Simpson, 66, went before the Nevada Parole Board seeking an early release from prison on his 2008 kidnapping and robbery conviction. The retired American football player was sentenced to up to 33 years in prison for forcibly retrieving personal items from a sports memorabilia dealer, items O.J. said had been stolen from him.
O.J. told the parole panel he regretted going to the hotel that night, explaining, “I just wish I never went to that room. I wish I just said keep it.”
OJ was granted parole, but he will remain in prison. According to reports, OJ Simpson was granted parole on some charges but not on others and must serve at least 4 more years of his 33 year sentence.