After O.J. Simpson was found not guilty in the case of his ex-wife Nicole Brown’s murder in 1995, the ex-NFL star did a nightclub tour around 35 states in 2001 in order to improve his public image.
Norman Pardo, Simpson’s one-time promoter, put together 70 hours of footage and turned it into a documentary film which will be titled The Unpromotable. The NFL Hall of Famer is currently in jail and faces 33 years behind bars after being convicted in 2008 for kidnapping and armed robbery.
Simpson has asked that the film not be released until after the elections this year because of the racial undertones to the film that are similar to his case in 1995. He doesn’t want it to affect the president’s chances of re-election. “I spoke with O.J. the other day, and he requested I put it off till after the election,” Pardo explains. “He doesn’t want an issue with this election with race.”
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