OJ Simpson has been living it up at Station Casinos’ Red Rock Resort in Las Vegas, NV.
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Owners of Casino Where OJ Simpson Committed Felony Burglary Had Parolee Under Surveillance

Parolee OJ Simpson is back to the Las Vegas casino where he committed his 2007 felony burglary and kidnapping. Seventy-year-old Simpson was released last month from Lovelock Correctional Center in Nevada after serving nine years out of 33 years for felony burglary.

The former NFL star known as The Juice was once acquitted for the murders of his ex-wife Nicole Brown and friend Ron Goldman.

Owner of Casinos Gathering Information on OJ Simpson’s Visits

OJ Simpson has been living it up at Station Casinos’ Red Rock Resort in Las Vegas, NV.
OJ Simpson has been living it up at Station Casinos’ Red Rock Resort in Las Vegas, NV. Image Source: Instagram/Casino.org

Following his release on a five-year parole, OJ Simpson secured accommodations in suburban Las Vegas. He has been socializing with friends and visiting casinos where excited locals have been taking selfies with him.

The ex-prisoner visited the Red Rock Casino Resort owned by Station Casinos. The latter is also the owner of Palace Station casino resort, where OJ Simpson committed the crimes that landed him in prison for nearly a decade.

Hundreds of people are mad that OJ Simpson took up temporal residence in Las Vegas. Others are even madder that Station Casinos among others allow the ex-convict inside casinos.

Yet others wonder why Station Casinos did not ban him outright from going into any of its properties considering the actor’s past crime.

The parent casino company stated on media inquiry that they are collecting information about OJ Simpson’s visit to one of its properties.

OJ Simpson’s Visits to Casinos May Be Good or Bad for Business

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 Concerned business analysts are reviewing the impact of OJ Simpson’s visits to casinos. Some say it is good for business since it will attract thousands of customers who want to see and take photos with the ex-NFL star.

Yet others say it will be bad for business because his presence at casinos will drive customers away.

Several other people wonder whether OJ Simpson has not violated his parole by visiting casinos. But the Nevada Board of Parole did not expressly forbid him from gambling or going into casinos.

The terms of his parole only bars him from associated with ex-prisoners, owning weapons, having illicit drugs, and consuming excess alcohol – the legal limit for driving.

Charles Omedo
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