Fox TV will air an O.J. Simpson special including a previously unseen 2006 interview in which he theorizes about what happened the night his ex-wife was murdered.
HarperCollins ultimately did not publish the book.
"Well, I received a call from an attorney who said that O.J. was ready to confess", she says in the clip. Simpson: The Lost Confession?, according to an exclusive clip obtained by TMZ.
After years of nonchalantly alluding to the brutal 1994 murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman, O.J. Simpson appears to have finally confessed to his crimes 24 years after the fact. Ultimately, O.J., 70, said that he was willing the spill the tea about his involvement in the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman, but on one condition. "I thought it was some kind of a scam and didn't believe him".
"The next day, he called me back...the only condition that he had was that he didn't want to call the book "I Did It, '" the further explained".
FYI. Simpson left Nicole's nearly decapitated body right by the front door of her condo as their 2 children slept.
'He couldn't face his children, and he couldn't tell them that he had done it. And that was the way it was portrayed to me. Simpson is back in the news ahead of Fox's television special "OJ Simpson: The Lost Confession?".
Darden, a 15-year veteran of the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office, has opted to stay out of the public spotlight in recent years, and made only a few public appearances during FX's "The People Vs. O.J. Simpson" run.
Regan begins the 2006 interview by asking about Simpson's book "If I Did It", which Simpson said he wrote primarily for financial reasons, because his National Football League pension wasn't enough to cover his expenses.