On Thursday, Simpson's attorney released a statement saying the former National Football League star received a trespass notice from the Cosmopolitan Hotel after he was removed by the hotel's security team on Wednesday night.
Simpson was only released from prison on October 1 after serving nine years of a 33-year sentence for robbing sports memorabilia dealers in a Las Vegas hotel room in 2007. A patron at the hotel's bar told ABC News that Simpson arrived around 10:40 p.m. "We're told Simpson was nice to responding security guards". The outlet notes that he's been permanently banned from the Cosmopolitan. As The Washington Post reports, it is unclear whether Simpson was acting in a belligerent manner.
Simpson was released from prison shortly after midnight October 1 after serving nine years of a 33-year sentence for robbing sports memorabilia dealers in a Las Vegas hotel room in 2007. He served almost nine years (of his 33-year prison sentence) for leading a group of men in 2007 to a Las Vegas hotel room, where sports memorabilia was stolen at gunpoint. He served nine before being released on October 1.
Simpson's attorney, Malcolm LaVergne confirmed on Thursday that Simpson received a trespass notice from The Cosmopolitan hotel-casino.
Simpson was found guilty of 12 charges including conspiracy to commit a crime, robbery, assault and kidnapping with a deadly weapon, CNN reports.
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