Kato Kaelin was once famous for mooching free room and board off O.J. Simpson, staying in his guest house, and now he's found someone else to pay his way - at least for a while.
Kaelin, who testified at Simpson's murder trial, will appear on a panel at a legal conference in Key Largo, Florida, RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively. The event takes place January 28 - 30 at the Ocean Reef Club.
Once the daily target of comedians' jokes, Kaelin will be part of a legal panel called, "Squeezed by 'The Juice' Access to the Courts Fifteen Years after People v. Simpson."
A brochure for the event says the discussion will examine how the Simpson case "was impacted by media coverage, and how media coverage of the courts in turn has been affected by the legacy of People v. Simpson."
And Kato will have a few days to enjoy the beauty of the Keys and the resort, once again kicking back and letting someone else take care of him! The event is the 15th annual conference of the Forum on Communications Law.
Kaelin was in O.J.'s guest house the night Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman were murdered. His story contradicted Simpson's on several key points.
Also appearing on the panel with Kaelin will be O.J. prosecutor Chris Darden.