Simpson alleged that unnamed employees at The Cosmopolitan told a celebrity news outlet Simpson was banned from the premises in 2017 for being “drunk and disruptive.” The corporation argued Simpson could not plausibly be defamed because his reputation was already diminished by criminal and civil actions taken against him. The specific terms of the deal were not made public.
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O.J. Settles with The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas in Defamation Suit
O.J. Simpson and the corporate owner of The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas have come to a settlement agreement after Simpson sued the hotel-casino for defamation. So reports The New York Post.
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