More than two decades after the notorious murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman, O.J. Simpson is back in the headlines.
On Sunday night—12 years after the fact—Fox aired a previously unseen interview between Simpson and radio host Judith Regan in which he described what he called a "hypothetical" account of the events surrounding his late estranged wife and her friend's murders in 1994. The interview, which was conducted around the time of his book, If I Did It, was previously shelved due to public uproar. The book was initially planned for publish under Regan's former HarperCollins Publishers imprint, ReganBooks.
During the never-before-aired footage of the sit-down, Simpson makes references to a mystery man and recent friend named Charlie, with whom he said during the hypothetical account he went to Nicole's home.