He was an iconic success story. After his career at USC, which included winning the 1968 Heisman Trophy, O.J. went on to a successful professional career playing from 1969 to 1977, winning three player of the year awards, becoming the first running back to gain 2,000 yards in a season (a 14-game season) and being inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1985. Then, O.J. became an announcer, an actor, and a commercial spokesperson - perhaps best know as the guy running through airports for Hertz. At 68 years of age, this man, a father of five, is facing this!
He, an epitome of the falling of the mighty, is serving the trial for kidnapping and robbery in Las Vegas.
O.J. is allegedly calling up his friends and telling them that he is miserable, according to Radar Online.
The question that raises is whether or not he will be able to get the money required to prevent other inmates from bothering him! He needs to serve from 9-33, so hopefully he will find a way!