The items at the center of O.J.’s armed robbery conviction could be going up for auction.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department has gotten the former NFL star’s memorabilia, but they won’t have it for too long. Fred Goldman’s lawyer, David Cook, said things like O.J.’s footballs, jerseys and photographs will be sold to the highest bidder at auction, the Associated Press reports.
David said there’s way to tell how much the trinkets might fetch because so much O.J. memorabilia is already available online.
But, every penny helps as the proceeds will be going to help the baller pay his $33.5 million debt to the Goldmans.
— Sonya Eskridge
O. J. appeals conviction