Simpson describes a 1985 incident during which the former star took a bat to Nicole's windshield, smashing it to pieces after an argument about their upcoming marriage. "He's going to beat the shit out of me", she told the dispatcher at another point.
That's when Simpson says he got up and smashed the front windshield of Nicole's vehicle. He claimed she cried hysterically and police were called. What he did remember is Nicole's mother pulling him aside and asking him if he have anything to do with her murder, and he said he didn't. "I went to her house and read her the Riot Act, I did what any father would do".
Simpson doesn't seem to express any regret for how he acted telling Regan, "Well, it's my vehicle, I pay for everything around here, right?"
Over two decades after Nicole Brown Simpson's 911 tapes were used as evidence against ex-husband O.J. Simpson in her 1994-1995 murder trial, Simpson is telling his side of the story of the audio, which involves Brown Simpson telling a dispatcher that Simpson had broken down her back door to get in.
"O.J. Simpson: The Lost Confession?" will air Sunday at 8 p.m. ET. Simpson's lawyer allegedly called the publisher of his book, If I Did It, and said that he would be ready to confess to the murders on one condition: that the title of the book remained the same instead of the proposed "I Did It".