Regan, who published O.J.'s controversial book If I Did It, says The Juice's lawyer told her the book couldn't be called "I Did It", because he didn't want his children to know he committed the murders.
Fox announced last week that they would finally air the special over 10 years after it was originally scheduled to premiere, under the name "If I Did It". But Simpson goes on to offer a hypothetical scenario, suggesting that a man named Charlie saw something going on at Brown Simpson's home, and handed the purported murderer the knife that would be used to kill her, according to CNN.
Simpson was speaking to Judith Regan in a 2006 interview that Fox said was "lost" on the network's lot and will be the subject of the Fox special "O.J".
He was later found responsible for the deaths in a civil trial, and ordered to pay Brown and Goldman's relatives $33.5million in damages.
Both the Brown and Goldman families were supportive of the project and Simpson is not profiting from the program, a source close to the production said. "So, yeah, I think everything would have been covered in blood".
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Transcripts of the tapes provided to press at the time of the trial show Brown Simpson alleging that Simpson had broken into her house from the back door and was screaming at her roommate in the front yard.
He added, "It's nearly like I wanted to say, 'I told you!'"
"I received a phone call from an attorney who said O.J. was ready to confess", Regan said. That's what Judith Miller, the publisher of his book, 'If I Did It, ' claims!
In an outtake from the special obtained by TMZ, Regan talks about how she managed to land an interview with Simpson and why he chose to title his book, If I Did It.
'He couldn't face his children, and he couldn't tell them that he had done it. The next day I called him back and he said O.J. was willing to [confess].