O.J. Simpson Looking for Love at the Bunny Ranch

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O.J. Simpson is out of prison, and one of the first things he’s looking to do upon reentry into society is to find some “companionship” after nine years in the slammer.

“He sent word … to the Bunny Ranch,” an insider revealed. The Bunny Ranch is Nevada’s famed legal house of prostitution, outside Carson City.

“As far as I know, things are going down,” the ranch’s owner, Dennis Hof said. Hof had earlier told Radar Online that Simpson friend, Tom Scotto, had called looking for “a Nicole Brown look-a-like,” the New York Post reported.

The insider told The Post that “the disgraced gridiron great” was ordered to “take a cold shower” while his lawyers make sure a visit to the Bunny Ranch would not violate terms of his parole.

“There are still a lot of moving parts,” Hof said. “It all depends on O.J.’s schedules and meeting with the parole officers. It’s going to happen. The Bunny Ranch and the Bunny Ranch girls are anxious for O.J.’s visit.”

If he is unable to go to the ranch, Simpson has other lovers lined up, such as Shalana Hunter, aka, Tokyo Toni, the mother of Blac Chyna.

In a now-deleted Instagram post that included her phone number, Toni wrote: “O.J., Juice … Come visit me! I’m single. Those hands turn me up and on! The way they fit in that glove nice and tight ….”

Simpson’s new life of freedom started last Sunday, with him trying to find a place to stay. He spent his first hours in a friend’s SUV, and proceeded to stop at a McDonald’s to fill up on fries and burgers – calling it “better than prison food.” Later that day, his daughter Arnell brought him his first iPhone. Bystanders said he looked puzzled.

Scotto was able to make arrangements with another friend to put Simpson up at his estate 5,000-square-foot estate in a gated community outside Vegas.

Simpson was acquitted in the 1994 double murder of Goldman and Brown. In 2008, he was sentenced to between nine and 33 years in prison. He still owes the family of murder victim, Ronald Goldman, more than $33 million from a wrongful death suit in which a civil jury found Simpson guilty for the 1994 murders of Goldman and Simpson’s ex-wife, Nicole.

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