After a furious fight with his daughter ARNELLE, an out-of-control O.J. SIMPSON threatened to make her his next victim!

“I’ll kill you too!” a source says he bellowed at her. “If I could get my hands on you right now, I’d break your neck.”

Arnelle’s jailbird dad went ballistic over the prospect of losing his South Florida house and is blaming his oldest daughter for squander­ing his approximately $25,000-a-month foot­ball pension and letting his home go into foreclosure, insiders told The ENQUIRER.

The mortgage on the four-bedroom, Kendall, Fla., home has not been paid in two years. And in a blistering phone call from his Nevada prison, O.J. accused Arnelle of wasting his money on extravagant shopping, lavish trips and booze binges instead of taking care of his business as she had promised.

The eldest of Simpson’s four children at 43, Ar­nelle was also his favorite, and he’d been certain he could trust her to protect his interests after he was sentenced to up to 33 years on kidnapping, armed robbery and assault offenses in 2008.

But as he rots behind bars, his daughter, who doesn’t work, has been living like a queen at his expense, say sources.

The disgraced footballer went ballistic after learning he could lose his 4,233-square-foot home, valued at nearly $500,000, because his high-spending daughter had failed to make the $3,133 monthly payments.

“O.J. was forced to sign paperwork to fight the foreclosure,” revealed an insider. “He couldn’t get over it.”

But Arnelle, who has physically brawled with her father in the past, couldn’t care less about his threats.

She said: “Dad ain’t never getting out of prison anyway,” according to the insider.

“O.J. fought with Arnelle all the time about her drinking, and he tried for years to get her married to get her out of his house.

“All she would do is sit around and drink vodka. Hell, she even had vodka for breakfast!

“Arnelle is a shopaholic. Shopping was often the only thing that got her out of the house. She loved her trips to Saks and Victoria’s Secret and paid for them with her father’s money.

“She’d also bring all of her friends to the house or go to expensive restaurants and buy everyone dinner and drinks.”

Despite losing most of his assets to the family of Ron Goldman in a wrongful death lawsuit, O.J., 64, could take care of his financial obligations on his NFL pension – if Arnelle hadn’t latched onto it like a bloodsucker, say sources.

Now O.J.’s lawyer Leonardo Starke is battling to save the creepy double murder acquitee’s home – but it’s a fight he could lose.

In a February court hearing in Miami, it was disclosed that Arnelle stopped making the mortgage payments in March 2010. The future of the house was turned over to arbitration.

Ironically, Arnelle is now looking to buy a condo in Los Angeles, added the source.

“Her actions are really revenge against a father she felt abandoned his children long ago for a life of bad behavior and crazy antics with ques­tionable friends and loose women. She’s come to realize he is selfish and self-centered.”