She went on to write a book, published in 1997 titled The Other Woman: My Years With O. In an interview with Larry King on CNN at the time, she said she would not question her view on Simpson's innocence again. If you missed Tuesday's episode you can catch it on FXNOW."I'm choosing not to look further into making a decision one way or another, and I ask people's forgiveness on that," she told King. He was grinning from ear-to-ear after the board announced their decision, before making his way back into the prison where he will be incarcerated for at least two more months.Simpson, 70, also took some time to thank the board before rejoining the prison population.It was revealed during the hearing that Simpson would be returning to Florida if released, with the convicted felon joking that he did not think the state of Nevada wanted him to stick around after completing his prison sentence.The football star will also have a sizable nest egg waiting for him, having made over 0,000 from his NFL pension in the time since he has been in prison.
She and Simpson had been photographed together in her hometown in Florida, but Barbieri told Sawyer that it was part of the tabloid ploy. In it, she describes her conversion to born again Christianity, in addition to her time with Simpson.
Pete, it’s a city of inclusivity,” Blackmon told Saint Peters Blog.