OJ Simpson reportedly booted from Las Vegas hotel after drunken disturbance

O.J. Simpson was booted from the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas Wednesday night after allegedly getting wasted and then being extremely unruly

O.J. Simpson was booted from the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas Wednesday night after allegedly getting wasted and then being extremely unruly

Simpson after he got drunkenly booted from a Vegas hotel.

FYI, the Juice got way too loose Wednesday night at the Cosmo - getting escorted out by hotel security before being slapped with a permanent ban.

Las Vegas Metro police said they were not involved in any investigation into an incident at the hotel involving Simpson, since it is considered a "private property issue".

According to hotel staff, Simpson broke a glass and caused a drunken scene at the bar in front of other guests. "We're told Simpson was nice to responding security guards". As The Washington Post reports, it is unclear whether Simpson was acting in a belligerent manner.

Earlier this year, Simpson was granted parole. He served nine before being released on October 1.

Attorney Malcolm LaVergne on Thursday told The Associated Press that Simpson received a trespass notice from the hotel Wednesday.

Simpson was found guilty of 12 charges including conspiracy to commit a crime, robbery, assault and kidnapping with a deadly weapon, CNN reports.

The two memorabilia dealers were in the room at the time.

A police dispatcher, referring to Simpson by his full first name said "Orenthal is here" in an audio recording obtained by USA website TMZ, which reported he had become "drunk and disruptive".

Bruce Fromong said in a TV interview, "O.J. was the last person I was expecting to see and when I saw him I was just thinking, 'O.J., how can you be this stupid?"'

O.J. Simpson is out of jail, but isn't staying out of trouble.

The former actor was acquitted of the double-murder of his ex-girlfriend Nicole Brown and her pal Ron Goldman in 1995.

The trial, which garnered vast publicity, resulted in acquittal for the former National Football League star despite some fairly compelling evidence.

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