OJ Simpson reportedly booted from Las Vegas hotel after drunken disturbance


Listen, I don't blame him.

If you thought Simpson would live a quiet life after spending time in prison - he asked for privacy as he was released, which is kind of humorous given the latest news - then you were probably asking for a little too much. They also slapped him with a permanent ban.

According to a report from US Weekly, managers over at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas banned OJ from entering their hotel after the former National Football League player became drunk and disorderly during the early morning of the 9th of November, Thursday.

"We're told Simpson was angry at hotel staff and glasses broke at the bar", TMZ reported, adding, "Security showed up and removed Simpson from the hotel". He claims the hotel chose to ban Simpson even before he arrived. His lawyer, Malcolm LaVergne, told ABC News the Cosmopolitan issued a no trespassing notice to Simpson and he could face arrest if he returns to the hotel. The outlet notes that he's been permanently banned from the Cosmopolitan.

Prosecutors said that Simpson led a group of men who used threats, guns and force to take photographs, footballs and other items from memorabilia dealers Bruce Fromong and Al Beardsley on September 13, 2007.

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Simpson was charged in the June 12, 1994 murder of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her current boyfriend, Ron Goldman.