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Eyewitnesses Tell All On O.J.'s Drunken Sin City Brawl!

OJ Simpson may have found himself in hot water again!

Only a month since his release, Simpson, 70, was caught on a drunken tirade at a Las Vegas hotel Wednesday night, witnesses who were there exclusively tell

According to reports, Simpson was then kicked out for being too belligerent.

Shivonn — a popular adult entertainment dancer and who goes by the stage name Spyda — told that she went to the bar at the STK steakhouse at the Cosmopolitan hotel when she spotted The Juice.

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She told Simpson was "at the bar, laughing, dancing and drinking. He was with two other guys. I walked over to him and asked him for a picture and he said 'yeah.' He was really nice, gentlemanly. Then I just walked away. I think if I wanted to stay over there and talk to him and hang I could've because he seemed like he would be willing to."

Shivonn told that she got there around 10 PM when she caught sight of the disgraced star at the bar with a drink in his hands.

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"When I got there, he was already there. But then he stayed for an hour and then left."

Shivonne implied that hard liquor may have been the drink of choice for Simpson.

"He was holding a drink in his hands the entire time. So I'm sure he probably got drunk there before he got kicked out. I didn't see him get kicked out because he left before me. But he wasn't drinking any beers, that's for sure. I can't tell what he exactly he was drinking,but it wasn't beers."

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Another eyewitness, Cristina, told that she was having dinner at the steakhouse around 9:00 PM when she spotted Simpson at the bar across from her.

"He was at the bar drinking. People kept coming up to take a selfie. He never turned anyone away, he was just taking selfies with people."

Cristina, 23, opted out of taking a selfie with the former convict.

"I never thought I'd ever run into O.J. in my life. If my dad found out I saw him, he'd probably be upset."

Simpson was released on parole October 1 after serving nine years in prison for armed robbery.

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