So how does O.J. Simpson feel being a free man, after nine years in a Nevada prison?
Just hours after he was released on parole in the early hours of Sunday morning (Oct. 1), the former American football star and actor was spotted at a gas station and asked what it felt like to be on the outside.
The question appeared to slightly irritate the 70-year-old, convicted for a 2007 botched armed robbery at a Las Vegas casino hotel.
“Look, I’ve been in nowhere, USA, for the last nine years doing nothing. Nothing has changed in my life. What do you expect? Nothing’s changed,” Simpson replied, asking for “a break”.
Simpson spoke from the back of a white SUV at a gas station the New York Post said was in Amargosa Valley, Nevada, about 145 km northwest of Las Vegas.
Asked where he was heading, Simpson replied: “None of your business.”
It was not immediately clear where Simpson planned to live permanently. He has talked about moving back to Florida to be with his family, but Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi told Fox News on Sunday Simpson was not welcome there.
Wherever Simpson goes, controversy seems to follow.