The man who was the alleged antagonist in what is known as "The Trial of the Century", O.J. Simpson, has spoken throughout the years on the vicious murders of his ex-wife Nicole Simpson (Brown) and her boyfriend, Ron Goldman.
Now, twenty-three years after the murders, trial, and aftermath, a new interview will be released that supposedly shows Simpson confessing to the murders and alluding that he may have help carrying out the gruesome deeds.
If I Did It, This Is What I Would've Done
FOX network released the teaser trailer on Friday, Mar. 2. The special is set to air on Mar. 11, 2018. In the clip, Simpson can be seen stating that he extensive knowledge of what really happened on Jun. 12, 1994.
"Forget everything you think you know about that night because I know the facts better than anyone. This is one story the whole world got wrong," Simpson says in the teaser clip.
The 2006 interview, that was hosted by journalist Judith Reagan, will also show Simpson "hypothetically" confessing that if he did commit the crimes, he didn't do it alone.
The two-hour special will have limited commercial interruptions and will also have an important message about domestic violence.
After his ex-wife and Goldman were found brutally murdered on the steps of Brown-Simpson's condominium, the former football star engaged in a high-speed chase on Jun. 17, 1994. The chase, arrest, and subsequent trial were widely publicized as the trial did not conclude until 11 months after Simpson's arrest.
On Oct. 3, 1995, the actor was found not guilty of the two murders, much to the shock of everyone across the nation. Simpson's defense team, known as "The Dream Team", consisted of Johnnie Cochran, Robert Kardashian, Robert Shapiro, and F. Lee Bailey.
The trial and Simpson's life were subjects of many documentaries, books, and television shows. The most notable show, American Crime Story: The People Vs. OJ Simpson, received critical acclaim for its factual knowledge, casting, directing, and performances.
Simpson, who was known as "The Juice", was arrested in 2007 for stealing sports memorabilia at gunpoint with two other men. Simpson was charged with criminal conspiracy, kidnapping, assault, robbery, and using a deadly weapon. In 2008, Simpson was found guilty and sentenced to 33 years in prison.
In July 2017, Simpson was granted parole and released on Oct. 1 of the same year.