OJ Simpson Describes His Side of Nicole Brown 911 Calls

OJ Simpson Admits to Still Being Angry with Nicole Brown at Her Funeral

OJ Simpson Admits to Still Being Angry with Nicole Brown at Her Funeral

In the 30-second clip, Simpson tells Judith Reagan, the HarperCollins publisher who pushed to get his controversial book "If I Did It" to print, that it's "difficult" for him to relive the June 12, 1994, slaying.

Regan begins the 2006 interview by asking about Simpson's book "If I Did It", which Simpson said he wrote primarily for financial reasons, because his National Football League pension wasn't enough to cover his expenses.

The newest clip comes after TMZ released a short snippet of the FOX special Wednesday which showed Simpson explaining why he went to Nicole Brown Simpson's house the night she was killed. SIMPSON: THE LOST CONFESSION? will air Sunday, March 11 (8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.

"The Lost Confession?" will feature the discussion between Regan and Simpson that was filmed in 2006.

Fox hosted a screening of the 45-minute-long interview portion of the special for the press Thursday.

In 1995, Simpson was found not guilty in the murders of Goldman and his ex-wife, though two years later, he was found liable for their deaths in a civil trial, and was ordered to pay over $33 million to the families of the victims. "And, actually, I thought it was kind of a scam, and didn't believe him, and I thought that this guy was a lunatic".

"I received a phone call from the attorney who said that O.J. was ready to confess", Regan told the special's moderator, Soledad O'Brien.

Simpson also said he doesn't remember what he said to Nicole Brown Simpson when he kissed her goodbye. That's what Judith Miller, the publisher of his book, 'If I Did It, ' claims! The only condition that he had was that he didn't want to call the book "I Did It, ' he wanted to put an 'If" in front of it so he would have deniability with his children. The next day I called him back and he said O.J. was willing to [confess].

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