Correctional Services said that “matters are under control” at Johannesburg’s Sun City Prison on Wed.
NEW YORK - OJ Simpson's hypothetical account of killing his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson will be printed by a New York publisher.
A previous print of the controversial book was scrapped last year. A deal on behalf of the family of Ron Goldman, who was murdered with Brown Simpson at her Los Angeles home in 1994, was struck by literary agent Sharlene Martin, a spokesman said .
A federal judge last month gave the rights to the book, entitled If I Did It, to Goldman's family, who are owed R243million in damages by Simpson.
Simpson was acquitted of criminal murder charges in 1995, but was found liable for the deaths two years later in a civil case brought by the victims' families.
The former US football star vowed never to voluntarily pay damages to the families. - Sapa