“He is unfortunate with a uncover given it is kind of creation it seem like he is totally guilty,” Jeffrey Felix explained.
O.J. Simpson has not seen an part of FX’s The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, though he gets filled in about a show, and he is not pleased.
Jeffrey Felix, a now late ensure who worked 20 years during the Lovelock Correctional Center where Simpson has been housed given his 2008 armed robbery conviction, told The Hollywood Reporter that Simpson has mixed issues with a series, commencement with a casting of Cuba Gooding, Jr.
“[O.J.] knows he is taller. He knows he is improved looking. He has a bigger head. He is some-more muscular,” says Felix, who late final September.
The former ensure has not talked to Simpson directly about a show, though told THR he still has countless contacts within that trickery who fill him in on a conditions regularly.
“He is unfortunate with a uncover given it is kind of creation it seem like he is totally guilty,” Felix says. Some of a guards have begun to make fun of Simpson given of a series, he adds.
Another aspect of a array Simpson is not gratified with was him being decorated as unwell a distortion detector exam following murderers of Nicole Brown and Ronald Goldman.
“He told me he upheld that [test] years ago,” says Felix, who has a book entrance out about his time with Simpson, Guarding a Juice.
While a ensure during a prison, Felix says he was rather of a playmate to Simpson after he was asked by a former supervisor to keep an eye on a football and film star out of fear he would be targeted by both inmates and associate guards.
Whenever Simpson wanted to chat, a dual would have their “Jew-Juice time,” a name Simpson came adult with given Felix is Jewish, he says.
Lovelock does not get FX and DVDs are not allowed, so Simpson will not get to see a uncover until presumably subsequent year when he is adult for parole. Felix says a contingency competence be in Simpson’s preference as he is “model inmate.”
“He is perplexing to lay low in there,” Felix says. “He is doing a good job.”
Lovelock is regularly inundated with requests to pronounce to Simpson, according to both Felix and a Nevada Department of Corrections.
“Every year thousands of people ask interviews with him,” Felix says.
Since a FX array started, news outlets from around a universe have contacted a office, said Brooke Keast, mouthpiece for a Nevada jail system.
Simpson is giveaway to speak to reporters is he wants, Keast said. So far, he has not postulated an interview. That is expected due to a fact that there is a possibility he will be out of jail subsequent year, Felix says.
“He doesn’t wish to screw adult anything that competence get him paroled.”