O.J. Simpson Ordered To Surrender Rolex, Other Assets

SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) -- A judge in California says O.J. Simpson needs to surrender his Rolex.

The judge says the expensive wristwatch and other assets have to be turned over, to satisfy the judgment that found him liable for the deaths of his ex wife Nicole and her friend Ron Goldman.

According to the judge, Goldman's father is also entitled to any future royalties from a sports video game featuring Simpson.

And if any of the memorabilia items that were recently seized by authorities in Las Vegas are found to legally be Simpson's, he has to give those up as well.

The items were seized after a confrontation in a Vegas hotel that resulted in kidnapping and armed robbery charges against Simpson.


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