O.J.'s Former Prison Guard Reveals Details Of The Juice's Life Behind Bars

The Juice is on the loose, and there’s a ton of speculation about his life on he the streets. A parole board in Nevada granted Simpson an early release from prison.

Simpson did his time at the Lovelock Correctional Center for a botched robbery that took place back in 2007. As the Daily Mail shares, details are emerging on what life has been like for Simpson during his time in the joint.

Two former prison guards from the place that Simpson has called home in recent years have opened up to spill the beans. Jeffrey Felix guarded Simpson between 2009 and 2015, and he says he got to know the man called Juice pretty well.

“This is it. The man’s had the light at the end tunnel for nine years, took the classes, he is disciplinary free. If they don’t give it to him he will feel like he has no hope of getting out,” he said. “He’s 70 years old. He’s not going to commit any more crimes. He’s leaving Nevada and go to Florida to be with his family.”

Jesse Mandoki guarded Simpson at the prison between 2012 and 2013, and he thinks that he would’ve had a hard time coping if he wasn’t granted parole.

“I don’t think that he has prepared mentally and emotionally for if he doesn’t get parole. I don’t know if he would get into a suicide mode, I think he has it set in his mind he’s going to get out. He’s been on his best behavior. In his mind he’s done all he needs to do,” he said.

Mandoki continues, “To prepare for the hearing I think that he will be spending a lot of time on his own, preparing his statements, addressing family members if any come up. He will segregate himself from the other inmates and take time to reflect and make sure he’s prepared for what they throw at him.”

As Mandoki sees it, Simpson shouldn’t be getting out.

“OJ is an actor, he’s been in a lot of movies and he has been doing the role of his life for the last nine years and they should be giving him an Oscar instead of a parole hearing,” he continued. “I don’t believe he should be paroled. He uses that celebrity status to the point where the Lovelock managers let him get away with stuff he shouldn’t get away with.”

Felix offers up a different perspective, and he expects Simpson to be on his best behavior outside of prison.

“I think you’re going to see the OJ the actor. He’s going to put on a great show. I think he’s going to do well and I hope he gets freed,” he said. “He just wants to move to Florida, see his family and play golf and live a quiet life. I don’t think he will even get a parking ticket.”

We’ll have to wait and see about that, but you can be sure that Simpson will be under the microscope regardless of what he chooses to do.

Source: Daily Mail
Photos: YouTube

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