Creepy double murder acquitee OJ’s secret stash up for grabs!
IN a desperate bid to raise money for O.J. Simpson’s offspring, his manager Norman Pardo is auctioning off more than 70 videotapes of the fallen football idol.
Pardo told The ENQUIRER he expects to get six figures for the tapes, which feature candid conversations with Simpson from the late 1990s through 2008 when he was jailed.
The collection – which will be auctioned on the website ojtapes.com – includes audiotapes Pardo recorded of Simpson since he’s been behind bars – and earlier tapes of O.J. meeting celebrities and visiting 36 cities on public appearance tours.
O.J.’s kids that he had with Nicole – Sydney, 28, and Justin, 25 – could both use the money, Pardo told The ENQUIRER.
“O.J. can’t help them so I decided to put my tapes up for auction to help them out.”
Simpson, 66, was locked away in a Nevada prison after being convicted of kidnapping and armed robbery in connection with a botched attempt to recover his sports memorabilia at a Las Vegas hotel.
Pardo is pitching his treasure trove as “the largest collection of O.J. tapes in history,” and if you act now, he’ll throw in the camera he used.