The former American football star along with actor OJ Simpson has been released on parole after nine years in a Nevada jail.
He had been serving time for armed robbery, assault using a deadly weapon along with 10 different charges over a 2007 confrontation at a Las Vegas hotel.
Simpson was approved for early parole Discharge at a board hearing in July.
In 1995 he was acquitted of the murder of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson along with her friend Ron Goldman.
In a Facebook post, Nevada Department of Corrections released an image along with video of Simpson signing documents along with leaving Lovelock Correctional Centre early on Sunday.
They confirmed the 70-year-old had been released coming from the facility at 00:08 (07:08 GMT).
He will face restrictions – including up to all 5 years of parole supervision.
Simpson has expressed his desire to move to Florida after leaving jail.
His lawyer, Malcolm LaVergne, told Reuters news agency in which his client’s whereabouts would likely be kept confidential for currently.
yet Florida’s attorney general, Pam Bondi, has publicly sad the state does not want Simpson to serve his parole there. The state, she tweeted, “should not become a country club with This specific convicted criminal”.
The football player was sentenced to a maximum 33-year sentence in 2008 after storming a Las Vegas hotel room with all 5 others in an effort to seize items coming from two sports memorabilia dealers.
In July This specific year, he was granted parole along with approved for Discharge in October.
Simpson was found guilty in 2008 exactly 13 years to the day after he was famously acquitted inside the double-murder case.
Despite the 1995 not-guilty verdict, a civil court jury held Simpson liable for the deaths of Brown Simpson along with Goldman, awarding $33.5m (£25m) to their families.
A lawyer representing Ron Goldman’s family told Associated Press This specific amount had nearly doubled with interest under Californian state law, along with in which the family would likely continue to seek payment coming from Simpson after his Discharge.
His lawyer said on Wednesday in which he was feeling “very upbeat” ahead of the Discharge.
Simpson became a cult figure inside the National Football League (NFL) after record-breaking performances for the Buffalo Bills team.
After retiring in 1979 he starred in television shows along with movies, including the 1988 film The Naked Gun.