OJ Simpson Thrown Out of Vegas Hotel ... For Belligerence

O.J. Simpson is shown in an undated file image

O.J. Simpson is shown in an undated file image

Simpson was reportedly ejected from Las Vegas' Cosmopolitan Hotel on Wednesday for, according to a TMZ Sports report, "allegedly getting wasted and then being extremely unruly". He was reportedly drunk enough that his behavior eventually broke a few glasses, at which point security was called. A 70-year-old man, let alone OJ mf Simpson, can only party for so long before things start to go south. Reports are coming out that last night OJ got a little too hammered and was booted from the Cosmopolitan hotel in Vegas. It remains to be seen whether officials will declare him to be in violation, but if they do, Simpson could be sent back to prison.

"It wasn't the biggest scuffle, but he did cause a scene and it was clear to everyone around him that he was very intoxicated", said the source. He's been spotted all over the hotel ...

A snitch also spills to Radar the Las Vegas Police have a "permanent tail" on Simpson and "are waiting to pounce the minute he screws up!" The dispatcher apparently had thought Simpson was at a pizza shop inside the hotel, according to the tape.

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"Like most things I deal with related to Simpson, 99 percent of this is bulls-", LaVergne told the New York Daily News. Simpson's parole conditions allow him to consume alcohol, but not in excess.

Simpson is now on parole until September 29, 2022.

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