OJ Simpson booted from a Vegas casino for drunken belligerence

Posted November 12, 2017

On Thursday, Simpson's attorney released a statement saying the former National Football League star received a trespass notice from the Cosmopolitan Hotel after he was removed by the hotel's security team on Wednesday night.

But there are conflicting reports about whether Simpson, 70, was drunk at the time, which would be a parole violation. What better way to celebrate a release from prison after 9 years than parading around Vegas?

The Juice got loose at a Las Vegas hotel - getting booted after a scuffle at the bar late Wednesday, according to a report. Listen, I don't blame him. We're told Simpson was angry at hotel staff and glasses broke at the bar. His lawyer, Malcolm LaVergne, told ABC News the Cosmopolitan issued a no trespassing notice to Simpson and he could face arrest if he returns to the hotel.

A police dispatcher, referring to Simpson by his full first name said "Orenthal is here" in an audio recording obtained by USA website TMZ, which reported he had become "drunk and disruptive". He's been spotted all over the hotel.

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Simpson, who had been a regular at Clique Bar, has been banned for life.

LaVergne denied that Simpson had been intoxicated while at the venue, on the Las Vegas Strip.

The former actor was acquitted of the double-murder of his ex-girlfriend Nicole Brown and her pal Ron Goldman in 1995.