Following the Patriots' release of Antonio Brown on Friday, O.J. Simpson took to Twitter to reveal the legal advice he wishes he had given to the wide receiver.
We'll give you some time to digest that sentence. . .
OK, got all that? Here's what Simpson said, right after ranting about Brown adding to his fantasy football team's demise:
"I almost texted Antonio a week ago. I wanted to give him a little bit of advice that some of the greatest legal minds in America gave me. They told me that when you're in a civil or criminal litigation, and you're the person they're coming after, the best thing you can do is say nothing. Be quiet. Essentially, shut up. And if his lawyer didn't give him that advice, he should sue that lawyer. Evidently, he didn't. In any event, I don't have to worry about that anymore. He's gone. I wish I would have sent him that text a week ago."
What a world.
Brown was released by the Pats hours after intimidating text messages sent by him to one of his accusers were leaked to the public. The NFL is currently investigating those messages, along with the sexual assault lawsuit that was filed earlier this month.
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