O.J. Simpson joked about his failed relationship to Nicole Brown just hours before she was brutally murdered in 1994, a former Playboy model who spoke to the once-murder suspect exclusively claimed to RadarOnline.com.
Traci Adell is known for the infamous 45-minute conversation she had with the disgraced NFL star on June 12, 1994. Less than eight hours later, Simpson's ex-wife Nicole Brown and her friend, Ron Goldman, were found lying dead in a pool of blood outside her condo in Brentwood, Los Angeles.
Now 25 years later, Adell claimed in an exclusive interview with Radar that Simpson acted cocky during the eerie phone call she had with him the same night his ex was killed.
"He made a little joke about how I'm not his typical type," the 5-foot-11-inch centerfold model told Radar. "He said he'd dated blondes and said, 'I guess that hasn't worked out for me.'"
Adell claimed that Simpson, now 72, chillingly added: "I've had enough, I've lived my life. I've done things most people couldn't do in a hundred lifetimes."
Simpson was itching to meet the former model in June 1994, she claimed. He was allegedly on the prowl for a new woman and got her number through their mutual acting pal, Kato Kaelin. While Adell and Simpson were rumored to have dated, she claimed the two only spoke during that one phone call. Even then, Adell had a gut feeling he was not the one for her.
"The truth is I found him to be very arrogant and would not have been interested in dating him but I never expected events to unfold that way," she explained.
As Radar readers know, Simpson was infamously acquitted of the gruesome June 12, 1994 killings of his ex-wife and Goldman. He was later convicted of armed robbery in 2008 and served nine years in a Nevada prison before being released on parole in 2017.
Adell told Radar that she has managed to move on since that fateful phone conversation. She has since established a career in education after ditching modeling and acting.
"It is surreal that it happened 25 years ago and I feel so sorry for the victims' families," she continued. "There are so many theories of what actually happened that night and the truth may never be revealed."
As Radar readers know, Simpson recently joined Twitter and was quickly accused of making violent threats on the social media platform.
"I'm not surprised," Adell said of Simpson's new online presence. "He loves attention and that will never change."