The Juice Is Not Loose In All-Pro Football


Posted August 7, 2007 - By Stephen Johnson

Earlier, we reported that O.J. Simpson was a player in recent videogame All Pro Football, and the minor controversy that erupted because the game has a team called "The Assassins." Maybe you responded with, "That's not fair! O.J. shouldn't get any money from his notoriety!"

Well, looks like he won't.

Relatives of murder victim Ron Goldman won a court order on Tuesday seizing any money O.J. Simpson earns for lending his name and likeness to the game.  

Last week, Fred Goldman secured rights to Simpson's book, If I Did It. and Simpson's reported $1 million advance.

It's like those Goldmans are going to follow O.J. around for the rest of his life, taking all the money he makes for everything!

Yahoo.com: O.J. Simpson ordered to pay Goldmans over game

The Juice Is Not Loose In All-Pro Football


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