O.J. Loses That Watch After All

In addition to the Rolex Submariner watch that Simpson was seen wearing in Las Vegas, the judge ruled that royalties from a video game which uses Simpson’s likeness must be turned over to Fred Goldman.

Simpson must also surrender any of the disputed memorabilia items recently seized by Las Vegas authorities that are found to be legally his.The items would then be auctioned by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and the money they bring in given to Goldman. His attorney David Cook estimated the watch’s value between $5,000 and more than $20,000.

On the other hand, Simpson’s attorney claims he got the watch for $125. Also, Goldman can’t get the sports memorabilia since it’s not in Simpson’s possession and there is no word on when the video game will start paying royalties for Simpson’s contribution (if ever).

UPDATE: On this day in 1995, O.J. was found not guilty of the murder of Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman by a jury composed of the most gullible people on earth.

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~ by Gabriel Malor on October 3, 2007.

 
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