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Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Karma really is a you know what!

Two decades after he “allegedly” murdered his wife and her friend, former football star OJ Simpson is rotting in a jail cell as he serves a 33 year sentence for armed robbery and kidnapping. During the first few years of his sentence, Simpson’s prison commissary was constantly filled by adoring female fans.

Unfortunately for Simpson, these fans have now abandoned him, and he has now issued a desperate plea for money.

“In the first few years O.J. was in prison, there was a steady stream of letters and money from women,” an unidentified source told reporters, according to Conservative Tribune. The source added that Simpson used this money to“keep other inmates happy and off his back,” so he is now in big trouble as his commissary is nearly empty.

Simpson has reportedly issued a desperate plea to his family for money, but none of them appear to be too concerned about his well-being. He had been hoping that the children he had with Nicole Simpson would step in to save the day, but they too have been ignoring their father’s pleas.

Perhaps the children have finally accepted the fact that their father murdered their mother as well as her friend Ron Goldman back in 1994. Though the vast majority of Americans believed Simpson to be guilty of the crime, he was somehow acquitted in a nationally televised trial.

Though Simpson was ordered to pay $33.5 million to the families of Nicole and Goldman after losing a wrongful death civil suit, he lived the next 14 years relishing his freedom. Karma finally caught up with him in 2008, however, when he began serving his 33 year sentence for the robbery and kidnapping charges.

Do you think Simpson got what he deserved? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.

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