“He sent word … to the Bunny Ranch,” the insider said of Nevada’s famed legal house of prostitution.
“As far as I know, things are going down,” the ranch’s flamboyant owner, Dennis Hof, told The NY Post. He had earlier told Radar Online that Simpson’s pal, Tom Scotto had called looking for “a Nicole Brown look-a-like.”
Wait a minute. Hold on. According to the Page Six story, Hof might be getting ahead of himself. The Simpson insider also said that the ex-NFLer has been told to chill while his lawyer looks into whether a visit to the Bunny Ranch would violate terms of his Nevada parole.
“There are still a lot of moving parts,” Hof said. “It all depends on O.J.’s schedules and meeting with the parole officers. It’s going to happen. The Bunny Ranch and the Bunny Ranch girls are anxious for O.J.’s visit.”
But no need to worry. That’s because if the “Bunny Ranch” is off-limits, The Juice has other options lined up. One proposal came from Shalana Hunter, aka, Tokyo Toni, the mother of Blac Chyna.
“O.J., Juice … Come visit me,” she cooed in a now-deleted Instagram post that included her phone number. “I’m single. Those hands turn me up and on! The way they fit in that glove nice and tight ….”
OK Tokyo Toni. All that sounds good, but we don’t think you’re the right flavor for Mr. Simpson. But then again, since it’s been nine looooong years without “companionship,” so you could be a contender … if he can’t work things out otherwise. 🙂
Anyway, as we reported, it was one week ago today (10-01-17) that Simpson was released in the dead of night from prison. He emerged only after three decoys left Lovelock Correctional Facility as authorities tried to divert the media swarm. Two Simpson friends picked him up.
Reports say he spent his first nine hours in an SUV, and stopped at a McDonald’s to fill up on fries and burgers – calling it “better than prison food.” Later that same day his daughter Arnell introduced him to his first iPhone. Bystanders said he looked puzzled.
On Wednesday he quietly signed memorabilia at what an insider claimed was “just an impromptu thing that he’s not getting paid for.” The private signing took place for about two hours in a room at the Cosmopolitan Hotel on the Las Vegas Strip with Simpson signing helmets, jerseys, footballs and other items from his days at USC and with the Buffalo Bills.
Simpson, 70, was acquitted in the 1994 double murder of his Goldman and Brown. But, in 2008, he was sentenced to between nine and 33 years in prison for his role in a botched armed robbery.
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