OJ is suing the hotel that banned him
You might’ve missed this one late Friday afternoon, but our old friend OJ is back in the news and he’s looking to get paid. Remember that incident back in November when he got tossed and banned from the Vegas Cosmopolitan? He says it was all made up and he wants $100 million for it.
O.J. Simpson could be sprinting to court to sue a Las Vegas casino that permanently bounced him from the premises, according to a letter from his lawyer.
Simpson’s attorney told The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas to hold on to all sorts of evidence — because he’s planning to sue for at least $100 million after stories that the Juice was banned for being drunk and disruptive.
In November, tales circulated that the disgraced Hall of Famer, fresh from a nine-year prison stay for an armed robbery rap, was persona non grata for getting rowdy.
Simpson, 70, denies being disruptive at the casino’s Clique bar on Nov. 8.
His lawyer, Malcolm LaVergne claims casino workers concocted a “fake reason” to kick out Simpson, according to a Dec. 29 letter obtained by the Daily News.
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