LIFE IN THE ROUGH

In public he may show off his old glibness and good cheer, but since the criminal trial ended, O.J. Simpson has not been doing well, say friends and associates. He is broke and largely isolated, gaining weight and receiving no offers that would provide an income. The Rockingham house, where he still lives, is surrounded by two fences and watched by a security guard. Simpson's mother Eunice, his sister Shirley Baker and her husband Benny are staying in the house, with Shirley doing the cooking. To save on expenses, Robert Blasier, one of Simpson's lawyers, is living in the guest room...

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