O.J. Simpson signs parole documents
O.J. Simpson signs documents prior to his release. Courtesy Nevada Department of Corrections

O.J. Simpson was reportedly “pleasant to the guards” who escorted him out of the Cosmopolitan Hotel’s Clique Bar & Lounge in Las Vegas after a “drunken ruckus.”

The New York Daily News said the incident could send the former football star back to prison.

TMZ.com said: “We’re told Simpson was angry at hotel staff and glasses broke at the bar.”

Said the Daily News: “Under the terms of his parole, Simpson can drink alcohol but not in excess, and is subject to both drug and alcohol testing from his parole officer.”

Malcolm LaVergne, Simpson’s lawyer, told the Daily News that Simpson was neither drunk nor belligerent early Thursday morning.

But John Feitelberg of Barstool Sports was aghast that anyone would get into a dustup with Simpson.

“He’s not screaming at staff and breaking glasses for no reason at all,” Feitelberg wrote. “Someone didn’t do something he requested. I don’t give f— what OJ asks you to do, you do it.”

He concluded: “We’re talking about OJ Simpson here, ladies and gentlemen. Whenever you’re around him, it’s head down, yes sir, and a quiet prayer that you get out of there alive.”

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