OJ Simpson is back on TV.
This time it's not for a trial and it's not a slow-speed chase.
But, it's a prank involving a white Bronco, which of course, was in that chase.
In a scene from his new candid-camera program "Juiced," Simpson pretends to sell the Bronco to a used car lot and boasts to the prospective buyer that he made that SUV famous.
He says "It was good for me.
It helped me get away."
That's according to a segment aired on "Inside Edition."
It's no surprise Simpson's being critcized.
Fred Goldman, who's the father of one of the people Simpson was accused of killing, tells "Inside Edition" that Simpson's comment is "morally reprehensible."
The hour-long program is airing on pay-per-view this month, and a DVD with uncensored material will be made available soon.
Simpson was acquitted of murdering his ex-wife and her friend, Ronald Goldman, but was found liable for their deaths in a civil trial.
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