OJ Simpson Kicked Out Of Las Vegas Hotel For Being Drunk, Belligerent

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The star was reportedly booted from his Las Vegas hotel on Wednesday after allegedly causing a drunken disturbance. The report states that O.J was drunk and became disruptive at the Clique Bar around midnight last night. He was reportedly drunk enough that his behavior eventually broke a few glasses, at which point security was called.

Security showed up, and though Simpson was cordial to them, they removed him; he is now been permanently banned from the Cosmopolitan, TMZ reported.

Simpson, 70, was released from prison October 1 after serving nine years in federal prison for armed robbery and kidnapping. According to the witness account, others in Simpson's party drank wine, but Simpson himself abstained.

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A photo of a smiling Simpson was taken at the hotel shortly before the incident.

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!"

Simpson's lawyer denies his client did any wrongdoing.

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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.

Simpson upon hearing of his recent successful parole hearing.

His parole allows him to drink alcohol but "not to excess".

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