OJ Simpson has reportedly been freed on parole after nine years in a US prison for armed robbery.
Simpson, 70, reportedly walked free from prison on Sunday, the Associated Press reports, quoting a Nevada state prisons spokeswoman.
Simpson's release from prison is the result of a Nevada parole board decision in July after he spent almost a decade behind bars for his part in a Las Vegas robbery.
The parole hearing did not take into account his notorious 1990s trial for the murder of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and a friend, Ron Goldman, according to Reuters.
BREAKING: Nevada prison official: O.J. Simpson has been freed on parole after 9 years in prison for Las Vegas armed robbery.
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The football star turned actor was found not guilty in 1995 at the conclusion of the so-called "trial of the century". The 13-month-long trial in Los Angeles captured the attention of the US and millions worldwide.
A subsequent civil court case ordered him to pay millions in damages to the victims' families.