THIS is the moment a young girl manages to dodge creepy OJ Simpson as he tried to kiss her in a bar.
The video that went viral on TikTok, shows the former NFL star smiling next to a blonde woman in Las Vegas.
The woman can be heard saying “O.J. baby, he’s out” while turning the camera to the former star – nicknamed Juice during his football days.
At that point, Simpson moves in for a kiss but the woman quickly backs away and is left with an awkward expression on her face.
The clip which was posted by @mackenziegd1988, has gathered thousands of likes and users' comments.
One said: "If the kiss don't miss then you must dismiss."
Another one added: “I can’t live with the embarrassment I just got from watching that."
A third TikToker said: “She dodged that kiss like he was dodging that case."
TRIAL OF THE CENTURY
The athlete-turned-actor is famed for the 1995 "Trial of the Century" in which he was acquitted of the murder of his wife Nicole Brown and a friend, Ronald Goldman.
They had been found dead outside Brown's home in the Brentwood area of Los Angeles in June 1994.
Brown had been stabbed multiple times in the head and neck, and had defensive wounds on her hands.
Among the evidence found at the scene was a single bloodied glove while a second glove was found later on the athlete's property.
Officers who went to Simpson’s home to inform him of his ex-wife's death found a white Ford Bronco splattered with blood.
Following a nationally televised police car chase, he gave himself up.
The murder trial dominated the American news agenda until the verdict in October 1995.
When asked how he would plead to the two murder charges, OJ broke courtroom practice and said: "Absolutely, one hundred percent, not guilty."
In a turning point in the trial, Simpson tried to wear the pair of gloves that was found near the bodies which appeared to be too small for his hands.
He was acquitted of the murders by a jury on October 3, 1995.
In 2007 he was arrested in Las Vegasand charged with numerous felonies, including armed robbery and kidnapping
He was convicted the following year and sentenced to 33 years imprisonment, with a minimum of nine years without parole.
He was granted parole in 2017 and was able to walk free.
He remains under the state Division of Parole and Probation supervision until September 29, 2022.
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