Cops Probe O.J. In New Murder Plot!

Apr. 4 2018, Updated 12:20 p.m. ET

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Cops are closing in on The Juice!

After The National ENQUIRER reported O.J. Simpson recruited a prison hit man to knock off Ron Goldman’s father, Fred, and the rest of the family, authorities are digging into the evil plot !

Investigators have reviewed Simpson’s prison phone calls, and prison surveillance videos, according to jailhouse snitch Vernon Nelson, who claimed Simpson offered him a fat cash bounty to mastermind the murders.

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Two investigators from the Nevada Department of Corrections Inspector General’s Office and another officer questioned him over a two-day period, Nelson, 38, said.

The interviews took place at Nevada’s Lovelock Correctional Center, where Nelson shared a cell with Simpson between 2015 and 2016 — and is serving a 20-year sentence for assault and battery.

“They let me know they reviewed incriminating comments made on phone calls O.J. placed to an unidentified person while here at Lovelock,” Nelson said. “They said my testimony would be valuable if they file charges.”

The ENQUIRER first reported Simpson’s murder-for-hire conspiracy  in the Nov. 6, 2017, issue.

Simpson was ordered to pay the Goldmans $33.5 million after being found liable for the deaths of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her pal Goldman in a civil trial.

But the 70-year-old disgraced former football star has made no attempt to pay.

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According to Nelson, Simpson pleaded with him, “I want you to help me kill the Goldmans. Those mother*****s have been a pain in my ass since the trial. Do you know how much money I’ve lost because of them? I’m sick of it!”

Vengeful Simpson lured Nelson into the murder plot after he asked the former NFL running back to promote some of his books. In exchange, Simpson offered Nelson $100,000, and vowed to plug his book My Life and My Charms.

A rep for the Nevada Department of Corrections denied an investigation was underway.

But Nelson claimed author­ities want to “close the case on O.J. and put him where he belongs … in prison!”

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