O.J. Didn't Do It… Confess, That Is

O.J. Simpson says he did not write his supposed confession in an unpublished book that includes a chapter describing his wife's murder. Simpson says it's a "fictional creation" mostly dreamed up by a ghostwriter. The book describes the former football star having an argument with Nicole Brown Simpson. Simpson is quoted saying, "Then something went horribly wrong."

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OJ Simpson said he didn't do it. He means he did not write his confession. Simpson's unpublished book includes a chapter describing his wife's murder. He says it's the fictional creation of a ghostwriter. Newsweek reports the book describes the former football star having an argument with Nicole Brown Simpson. OJ is quoted saying, "then something went horribly wrong and I know what happened, but I can't tell you exactly how."

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