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What Should O.J. Simpson Do Next? Legal and Financial Experts Weigh In

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Now that he's soon to be a free man, what's next for O.J. Simpson?

An “O.J Simpson Dream Team” sat down with Inside Edition’s Steven Fabian to give their take on what the former NFL star should do once he is released and on parole.

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Psychotherapist Dr. Robi Ludwig, public relations and crisis management expert Mike Paul, former prosecutor Beth Karas and financial expert Nicole Lapin weighed in on what he should do when it comes to money, his place in the spotlight and his family.

Simpson will already be receiving $300,000 a year from his NFL pension and Screen Actors Guild pension, so they believe he is financially stable.

To keep his image intact, Paul said he should spend as much time as he can with his family.

The panel believes Simpson won’t stay out of the spotlight, but encouraged him to keep away from social media.

“It could be your downfall,” Paul said of the popular platforms.

Karas said he should not drink to excess or associate with known felons.

“If he messes up at any point in the next five years, they will come and scoop him up and take him right back to Nevada,” she said.  

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She also added that Simpson cannot leave the state without permission from his parole officer, noting that all of law enforcement and the media will likely be watching his every move. 

“If I were working with him, I would say, prison's the easy part,” Ludwig said. “Be with your family; get out of the limelight for a while. “

Watch: Where O.J. Simpson's Children Are Today

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