A third man has agreed to testify against O.J. Simpson in the Las Vegas armed robbery case that could send Simpson to prison for life.
Michael McClinton, 49, will plead guilty to reduced charges of robbery and conspiracy to commit robbery. He could get probation or up to 11 years behind bars. He’s accused of pulling a gun on two sports memorabilia dealers in a Vegas hotel room, which Simpson called a “sting operation” to retrieve property he believed was his.
Last week, Charles Cashmore and Walter Alexander pleaded guilty to reduced charges and agreed to testify against Simpson and two other men.
Simpson, 60, faces multiple felony charges, including kidnapping and conspiracy. He’s currently free on $125,000 bail.
A court hearing is scheduled for Nov. 8.