O.J. Simpson may be getting paroled, but that doesn't mean he'll be writing a memoir anytime soon. Or, if he does, publishers won't be lining up to give him a deal. As TMZ explains, the Juice is "toxic" when it comes to business.
Think they're being dramatic? As you might recall, O.J's 2007 book, "If I Did It," cost publisher Judith Regan her job at HarperCollins. But really, OJ would do well to just chill out with his retirement monies - which will be at least $25-thousand per month. Why? His retirement money is untouchable in regards to legal cases - and he's paid out less than one-percent of the $33.5-million judgment. They've already said they'll go after everything they can.