O.J. Simpson

Attorney Malcolm LaVergne admitted his initial remarks were "pretty harsh," but "I backtracked" and "now I’m going in the other direction."
Many people throughout the years speculated Simpson might have the brain disorder.
Simpson was acquitted of criminal charges but found liable for the wrongful deaths of ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman in civil court in 1997.
“There’s a thing called ratings,” Trump said at the time.
Dan Abrams' regretful take on his reporting of the "trial of a generation" is worth a listen.
Some readers said the newspaper committed a “Freudian slip.”
"I think it was his idea of a joke," said TV personality Ruby Wax, who's also revealed another questionable gag by the late football player.
Critics slammed the tribute as “completely unnecessary” and “embarrassing.”
The controversial NFL player was acquitted of the 1994 murders of his ex-wife and Goldman in Los Angeles.
The football star died of cancer at the age of 76.