I think we can all agree that OJ has regained his status as a constant source of entertainment. The former running back/pitchman/double-murderer is back in the news this weekend after thanks to his latest controversy, a phony Rolex. Someone in the Goldman camp noticed that the Juice was sporting a watch that he should never have been able to afford (seeing as how he kind of owes everything he gets to the Goldman family) and they demanded that it be handed over. So OJ did exactly what you'd expect OJ to do, he supplied them with a Chinese knockoff.

A Santa Monica judge ordered the former football star to turn over his gold Rolex Submariner watch — estimated to be worth $12,000 to $22,000 — to the family.

But the Hall of Fame running back hit them with a fake — literally — when it was discovered that the luxury timepiece was a knockoff made in China, worth about $125.

So was OJ trying to pull another fast one on the Goldman family or has he just been buying his watches that guy in Chinatown that sold me those sweet Faux-kleys? I would not be surprised by either explanation.

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