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OJ Simpson Suspected in Vegas Break-in- UPDATE!

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Sep. 14 2007, Published 6:24 a.m. ET

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, former football star and newly anointed author (whose book If I Did It

is in stores today), was questioned late Thursday after a robbery

involving sports collectables was committed at a casino hotel in Las

Vegas.

According to CNN, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Sgt. John

Loretto said there was an allegation, "involving Simpson as a suspect.

It is an alleged theft, and he is an alleged suspect."

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He added, "When they talked to him, Simpson made the comment that be

believed the memorabilia was his. We're getting conflicting stories

from the two sides."

A report will be delivered to the prosecutor today and the district

attorney will then decide to press charges. No other details have been

announced.

Meanwhile, OK! was with Denise Brown earlier this morning

when news broke that O.J. Simpson was being questioned in connection

with an alleged theft at a Las Vegas Hotel. Brown’s immediate reaction?

“Anything to get him behind bars.”

Brown, 50, the sister of murder victim Nicole Brown Simpson, has been speaking out against the publishing O.J. Simpson’s book If I Did It, and is still amazed that Simpson, 50, is a free man. “I can’t believe he’s still out there,” she tells OK!.

Despite the trauma of going through Simpson’s murder trial, which

ultimately resulted in an acquittal in 1995, Brown says she is glad

that the trial happened with cameras in the courtroom. “If there were

not cameras in that court room, would he have been found guilty?

Perhaps. But the topic of domestic violence would not have been made as

public. Domestic violence needed to be addressed, and because of the

cameras, it was,” Brown tells OK!.

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