SANTA MONICA, California — A California judge has ordered O.J. Simpson to turn over all sports memorabilia items involved in his hotel dispute and arrest last month to the family of Ronald Goldman, one of the victims from his 1994 murder case.
According to an Associated Press report, Simpson must hand over his Rolex watch and other assets that are found to be legally his to satisfy part of a long-standing judgment that found him liable for the deaths of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson and Goldman.
Any future royalties from a sports video game
featuring Simpson must be delivered to Goldman's father, Fred Goldman.
Simpson must also surrender any of the disputed memorabilia items seized last month by Las Vegas authorities that are found to be legally his. Simpson was arrested by Las Vegas police at the Palace Station Hotel & Casino after a memorabilia collector reported a group of armed men entered his hotel room Sept. 13 and took several items Simpson claimed were his.
Simpson faces multiple counts of kidnapping, robbery, assault, burglary and conspiracy.
Simpson still owes the Goldmans most of the $33.5 million civil judgement