Las Vegas (AP) — OJ Simpson and Las Vegas Hotel Casino defamed Simpson on celebrity news sites for being drunk and devastating in November 2017, with unnamed employees defaming Simpson I settled the case as I did.
Malcolm Ravelgne, a Simpson lawyer, declined to comment on the deal with Las Vegas cosmopolitan corporate owner Nevada Property 1 LLC on Thursday.
“The problem has been resolved,” said La Vergne.
A cosmopolitan spokeswoman declined immediate comment.
The company’s lawyer is a former soccer star because his reputation has already been damaged by the deaths of his ex-wife and friend in Los Angeles decades ago, convictions in Nevada and criminal and civil trials in imprisonment. He claimed that he could not damage his honor. The 2007 armed robbery case.
LaVergne has raised concerns about racial prejudice by hotel personnel.
The terms were not published in the court’s dismissal filed on March 31 in the Clark County District Court. It said both sides agreed to bear their own legal costs and fees.
Simpson, now 73, was released on parole in Nevada after being released from prison in July 2017 and lives in a gated golf course community. He has been engaged in armed robbery, kidnapping and weapons attacks for nine years.
His complaint against cosmopolitan admitted that Simpson was informed that he was barred from returning to the property after spending hours with two friends in the steakhouse and lounge. He said no reason was given.
In a proceeding, Simpson denied that he was “warlike,” broke glass, or suffered property damage.
LaVergne said the account cited in the TMZ report had damaged the client’s reputation, and Simpson said he was “drunk and confused” at the resort bar.
TMZ was not a defendant in the proceedings.
Simpson convicted in October 2008 in Las Vegas of unfortunate confrontation with two collectibles dealers and mediation in a small room at an off-strip casino hotel, leading five men, including two with guns After receiving, I went to jail. ..
Simpson has always claimed to be trying to recover personal souvenirs stolen from him after killing his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman in Los Angeles in 1995.
He said his family photos and other items had disappeared and ordered Brown and Goldman’s estate to pay $ 33.5 million before being held liable in a civil court in February 1997.