The 74-year-old looked completely unbothered in the first sighting ahead of his scheduled September 16 mandatory visit to Fred Goldman's attorney's office.
But he's not sweating it. O.J. looked cool as a cucumber while picking out his fantasy football team on Saturday.
The tainted NFL legend was seen going over his draft picks at a restaurant and not even trying to blend in.
Wearing a white USA polo, the aging Simpson held his glasses in one hand and a sandwich in the other while describing his love for New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley.
Chopping it up with his friends, O.J. was out and about at brunch spending money, despite owing the Goldman family $70 million.
Next month, O.J. is scheduled to sit down with the Goldman family attorneys to answer questions about his employment, property, and funds.
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Ron was slashed to death alongside O.J.'s ex-wife Nicole Simpson in 1994 outside her Brentwood, CA home.
In 1997, a civil jury found the ex-NFL player liable for both deaths. He was ordered to pay $33.5 million to the families.
The original amount has since ballooned to $57 million in 2015 — and now, reportedly sits at $70 million.
As of February, court documents show O.J. had fallen significantly short, only paying the Goldman family $132,000.
This is Fred's latest attempt at getting what's owed to his family, and Ron's father wants his money.
Fred claims that since O.J. was released from prison for armed robbery in 2018, he's been making dough and needs to pay up.
O.J. is known for his lavish lifestyle, and he doesn't appear to be slowing down. He's often seen flexing on social media while spending his afternoon on ritzy golf courses.
The Goldmans are hoping the judge's order will help them discover how to collect what's owed to them.