O.J. Simpson has been banned for life from the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, a luxury resort casino and hotel on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada, after an alcohol-induced bout early Thursday morning, according to Us Weekly.
The hotel did not say why it issued the trespass notice to the 70-year-old Simpson, who had indicated that he wanted to live in Las Vegas after leaving prison. The outlet notes that he's been permanently banned from the Cosmopolitan. "O.J. was being very unruly, yelling at hotel staff and then knocked over glasses from the bar that shattered onto the floor", a source told Us Weekly.
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A photo of a smiling Simpson was taken at the hotel shortly before the incident. TMZ reported that Simpson has been "frequenting bars at the hotel since his release from prison".
A snitch also spills to Radar the Las Vegas Police have a "permanent tail" on Simpson and "are waiting to pounce the minute he screws up!"
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"Like most things I deal with related to Simpson, 99 percent of this is bulls-", LaVergne told the New York Daily News. Florida's Attorney General, Pam Bondi, was adamant about not allowing Simpson back into the Sunshine State, but an ABC legal expert believes Florida will have to take him.
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