While quietly moving out of prison last night, O.J. Simpson apparently took boxes of his prison possessions with him out of suspicion that fellow inmates and guards would try and sell them on eBay. The Juice is loose and if you want to buy his prison memorabilia you're going to have to go straight to the source. 

Simpson was incarcerated nine years ago after he conducted an armed robbery against Bruce Fromong and Alfred Beardsley who were selling some of his sports fan collectibles in Las Vegas. When he was leaving Nevada Lovelock Correctional Center, he didn't want his fellow jailbirds to follow in Fromong/Beardsley's footsteps and sell his hot plate online. 


After only serving nine years of his 33-year sentence, Simpson—who was likely expecting to return to his home in Florida—was publicly denounced by the state's Attorney General. Florida AG Pam Bondi told Fox and Friends when speaking of where OJ would fulfill his parole that, "Other than his complete lack of remorse, he wants to come to Florida and golf all over our state, and I don’t want that to happen.”

Simpson was released from prison after midnight on Oct. 1st, hoping to avoid a media thunderstorm upon exiting the prison. One of the correctional officers when commenting on OJ's release stated that "Our biggest concern was our safety and the public's safety and not wanting anybody, paparazzi, to follow him." While OJ settles into a life on parole, he's likely going to find that it's not as glamorous as his post-acquittal lifestyle following the "Trial of the Century" in 1995.