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Thursday, 20 July 2017

EXCLUSIVE: OJ Simpson's parole may be in jeopardy after he was caught masturbating in his Nevada prison cell by a female corrections officer


  • The former football great was caught pleasuring himself by a female corrections officer making her normal rounds at the Lovelock Correctional Center in Nevada
  • 'He is facing a disciplinary hearing after being written up for masturbating in his prison cell,' a prison source tells Dailymail.com
  • Up until June, when the incident occurred, OJ was a model inmate ever since he entered Lovelock  2008
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  • He was convicted on charges of kidnapping and robbery after confronting a pair of memorabilia dealers with loads of OJ souvenirs at the Palace State Hotel 
  • Simpson is the commissioner of the softball league and works cleaning the facility's workout center
  • He will appear remotely from Locklock in front of the four-member parole board in Carson City, Nevada, via video conference at 1 p.m.

OJ Simpson could be denied parole after he was caught pleasuring himself in his cell -  strictly verboten in federal prisons in the U.S. - a prison source has told Dailymail.com.
'OJ is facing a disciplinary hearing after being written up for masturbating in his prison cell,' said the source. 'He was caught by a female corrections officer making her normal rounds in late June.' 
Dailymail.com confirmed with Lovelock Correctional Center that it does employ female corrections officers. 
When OJ now 70, goes in front of the Nevada Department of Corrections Parole Board on Thursday, he still won't have faced a disciplinary hearing for the masturbation charge, which, says the source, could pose a problem for him.

 OJ, now 70, could be denied parole after he was caught pleasuring himself in his cell - strictly verboten in federal prisons in the U.S. - a prison source has told Dailymail.com

This is the Nevada prison former NFL star O.J. Simpson is hoping he will be released from on parole from after languishing there for nine years on armed robbery and kidnapping felonies. Simpson will appear remotely from Locklock in front of the four-member parole board in Carson City, Nevada, via video conference at 1 p.m.


This photo shows the typical quarters Simpson is living in at the 1,680-inmate facility, which first opened in 1995 and has a staff of more than 200 corrections officers

'While it's not the most serious charge to be written up for in prison, it's serious enough that any potential parole date maybe be delayed or his parole denied all together,' added the source.
OJ has served almost nine-years of a 33-year sentence for a 2008 conviction for kidnapping and robbery when the disgraced football hero and his pals confronted a pair of memorabilia dealers with loads of OJ souvenirs at the Palace State Hotel and Casino on September 13, 2007.
Most observers believe he will be granted parole after meeting with the four DOC parole board members on July 20. Simpson will appear remotely from Locklock in front of the four-member parole board in Carson City, Nevada, via video conference at 1 p.m. 

One of the victims in the case, Bruce Fromong is expected to testify in favor of his release.
Even the former DA who prosecuted OJ said he believes he's served his time, according to the New York Post.

Retired Clark County DA David Roger, who won convictions against Simpson in 2008 for robbery and kidnapping, said the disgraced footballer has done enough time rotting inside a Nevada prison cell.
'The guy did a lot of time on a robbery charge, I expect he'll probably be paroled,' Roger said.
Roger said he had offered Simpson a plea bargain of 2 ½ years, but the Heisman Trophy winner insisted he do no more than one year.

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