Looks like O.J.’s still got game — and incredibly, some women are still willing to play along.
The recently-paroled Simpson — swapping his prison jumpsuit for a white dress shirt and black pants — was spied chatting up a trio of women at a Las Vegas bar this weekend.
Two were blondes, like the 70-year-old Simpson’s murdered wife Nicole Brown Simpson. The Juice appeared animated in a series of Friday night photos taken inside the Grape Street Wine Bar & Cellar.
The football Hall of Famer, his collar open at the neck and his shirt untucked, was sipping a drink from a martini glass during the evening.
The Friday scene at the wine bar echoed a “Saturday Night Live” skit from last week, when Kenan Thompson played Simpson sharing dinner with a blind date who had no idea of his past.
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“I have to ask, how is it that you’re still single?” asked “Wonder Woman” portrayer Gal Godot, playing his date.
“It’s a mystery,” Thompson deadpanned in return.
The Vegas bar, in an affluent stretch of Vegas, bills itself as “an intimate setting” with candlelight illumination and an outdoor patio. A band played in the background, and a hockey game aired on a big-screen TV.
Women visiting the location Saturday were astounded to learn Simpson was on the prowl there one night before.
Simpson chats with yet another woman at the Grape Street Wine Bar & Cellar.
“I think nothing good of him,” said Jennifer Armstrong, a California woman visiting her boyfriend. “I think he should have gone to jail for his wife’s murder.”
A second woman suggested Simpson’s Nevada prison sentence was a case of karma.
“He got what he deserved,” said the woman. “He definitely killed (Nicole). And I think bad things will always happen to him.”
Simpson walked out of a Nevada lockup on Oct. 1 after spending nearly nine years behind bars for the 2007 robbery of two memorabilia dealers at a Sin City casino.
Kenan Thompson (l.) plays O.J. Simpson in a sketch titled “First Date” with guest host Gal Gadot (r.) on the Oct. 7 episode of “Saturday Night Live.”
Under the terms of his parole, Simpson can drink alcohol but not in excess, and is subject to both drug and alcohol testing from his parole officer.
He was sentenced to 33 years in prison after his conviction, although the parole board approved his release this past summer. O.J. remains subject to state supervision through September 2022.
Simpson was infamously acquitted in the fatal 1994 stabbings of his wife Nicole and her friend Ron Goldman outside her Brentwood, Calif., home.
A civil suit brought by the families resulted in a 1997 judgement where Simpson was deemed liable for the double murder and ordered to pay $ 33.5 million.