O.J. reportedly banned from Cosmopolitan Hotel.
O.J. Simpson was reportedly kicked out of the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas on Wednesday night after allegedly getting belligerently drunk and causing a problem at one of the bars.
According to TMZ, Simpson has been a regular at bars in the Cosmopolitan Hotel since his release from prison. The report states that O.J was drunk and became disruptive at the Clique Bar around midnight last night.
“We’re told Simpson was angry at hotel staff and glasses broke at the bar.”
Hotel security ultimately showed up and removed him from the premises. According to TMZ, he was also banned from the Cosmopolitan for life.
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Simpson has remained in Las Vegas after being released from Lovelock Correctional Facility in October, and has reportedly spent a lot of his time on the Las Vegas strip. He is currently staying at a spacious 5,000 square foot home in a private Las Vegas gated community, situated right next to a golf course, according to reports.
According to TMZ, the owner of the home is one of O.J.’s longtime friends, a person who even testified for him in the Las Vegas robbery trial. The home, which is located approximately 20 minutes from the Vegas strip, features 5 bedrooms, 5.5 baths and includes a number of amenities such as a pool, hot tub and a private putting green area.
He also allegedly took part in an autograph signing, including helmets priced at $400 a pop, just weeks after his release.
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ABC reports that Simpson still plans to move into his house in Florida, where three of his children live, but he’ll be crashing out in Vegas for the time being. Florida’s Attorney General, Pam Bondi, was adamant about not allowing Simpson back into the Sunshine State, but an ABC legal expert believes Florida will have to take him.