Last year Oprah Winfrey made headlines by revealing that one of her greatest regrets was not getting O.J. Simpson to confess to the murder of his ex-wife and her boyfriend on her show. Now it appears that dream may never become a reality.
Norman Pardo, a spokesperson and former manager for the incarcerated former football legend has made it very clear that not only will O.J. not do Oprah’s show, but the former NFL baller believes the television icon is partially to blame for his jail time.
He told the New York Daily News that Kayla McCormick, who is a co-producer of Oprah’s new show on OWN, has tried to land the first interview with “The Juice” from his jail cell, but O.J. believes that Oprah’s extreme bias has rendered all O.J. related features “one-sided.”
Norman noted the former "Oprah Winfrey Show" host’s alleged inclinations to interview only those that would talk bad about the defamed running back.
Currently, Norman is working on a movie about O.J. called The Unpromotable.
Simpson is currently serving 33 years in a Nevada jail for robbery, weapons and kidnapping charges stemming from a 2007 incident in which O.J. attempted to retrieve sports memorabilia from dealers that he claimed was originally stolen from him.
Check out a sizzle reel from The Unpromotable below.