Kato Kaelin, O.J. Simpson's free-wheeling houseboy who gained fame during the ex-footballer’s mid-90s murder trial, appeared on The View Thursday as a part of the show's Where Are They Now? week, and admitted, "I thought he was guilty."
"Do you still think he's guilty?" host Elisabeth Hasselbeck asked him.
"Yes," Kaelin said, adding he's had "no contact" with the former Buffalo Bills running back, aside from a one-off brush-by at a restaurant, since the June 1994 killings of Nicole Simpson and Ron Goldman.
As for O.J.'s most recent conviction, for which he's serving time for in Las Vegas, Kaelin, 51, said that "karma just came around."
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Others who have appeared during Where Are They Now? week include Jim Bakker mistress Jessica Hahn and John Wayne Bobbitt.