Watch OJ Simpson's murder 'confession' from 2006 interview

Watch OJ Simpson's murder 'confession' from 2006 interview

In a TV special that aired on Fox Sunday night (Mar. 11) called "O.J". In the interview, Simpson detailed how he and an unknown accomplice named Charlie hypothetically murdered Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman in 1994.

It's really stunning. Regan says Simpson's lawyer said the book couldn't be titled "I Did It" because Simpson needed cover in dealing with his children.

Several times throughout the interview he described Brown Simpson: she was insecure about her weight, wore tight dresses, got plastic surgeries and was a confrontational person, he said. "And when he says, 'Didn't I tell you, didn't I tell you?' [he means] didn't I tell you I'd kill your ass if you didn't do what I told you to do'".

Simpson said "hypothetically" (of course) he and his (imaginary) "friend" Charlie drove to Nicole's house with a cap, gloves, and a knife ("for the crazies", he said) under the seat of the vehicle, which they parked in an alley.

Both the Brown and Goldman families were supportive of the project and Simpson is not profiting from the program, a source close to the production said.

Fox hosted a screening of the 45-minute-long interview portion of the special for the press Thursday morning.

O.J. Simpson almost appeared in the acclaimed episode "Last Exit to Springfield", but was replaced by Dr. Joyce Brothers after he passed on the opportunity. "I don't think there's any question of his involvement and that he is the person who is wielding the knife". I took the knife from Charlie, and to be honest, after that, I don't remember, except I'm standing there and there's all kinda stuff around. Officials never discovered who murdered them.

This comes after Judith Regan said O.J. admitted to murdering his wife and her alleged lover.

One of the most disturbing moments of the interview came when Simpson discussed how he felt at Nicole's funeral.

According to Wrong, the confession tapes were originally shelved because the families were anxious Simpson would profit from it. Panicked, angry, and desperate for something to premiere against this unholy Idol, Fox found something taped to the inside of their toilet tank - an emergency stash so old, they may have even forgotten they ever had it in the first place. "I went and looked and sure enough, it was incredibly riveting". The so-called "trial of the century" was the subject of the popular FX limited series "The People v O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story" and the Oscar-winning ESPN documentary, "O.J: Made in America". In 2007, he was found guilty of kidnapping and stealing sports memorabilia in a Las Vegas hotel and sentenced up to 33 years in prison.

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