How can he collect from a TV interview when he still owes these families millions of dollars?
Recently released O.J. Simpson will be holding out for as much as $5 million for his first exclusive interview after his release from a Nevada prison, a source close to the former football player told the New York Post.
"He's not talking for free," the source told the paper. "It has to be the big one because he's only going to do it one time, and it has to be worth his while."
The source named NBC's Matt Lauer, Megyn Kelly, or Lester Holt, ABC's Robin Roberts or Michael Strahan, or Oprah Winfrey as the potential interviewers for Simpson, who served nine years for armed robbery in a prison near Las Vegas.
"He's been away for nine years, but he still knows how to do business," the source added, per the Post
OJ still owes millions to Goldman/Nicole Simpson family:
Even if a Nevada parole board rules that O.J. Simpson has paid his debt to society for his armed-robbery caper, he’ll still owe a massive civil judgment involving the two 1994 murders to which he’ll forever be connected.
The Juice has made barely a “dent” in the $33.5 million debt that a Southern California civil jury ordered him to pay to the families of slain ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her pal Ron Goldman. O.J. was acquitted of their deaths at criminal trial but found liable in civil court.
Lawyers chasing Simpson’s millions say his financial team has been masterful in shielding his assets from collection.
The biggest problem is that nearly all of the money is sitting in pension funds immune from judgments.