O.J. Simpson Snaps Selfies With Fans as Reports Emerge He's Holding Secret Autograph Sessions for Cash

If he is making money, the former NFL running back would have to surrender the funds to pay the families of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman.

O.J. Simpson was all smiles as he posed for a photo with a customer at a Verizon Wireless store in Las Vegas this week.

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He also hammed it up with another fan as she snapped a selfie.

Simpson was with his daughter, Arnelle, in what is believed to be his first public outing since being released from prison.

Just days after his release from Lovelock Correctional Center, it looks like the disgraced NFL star could already be looking to make a buck.

He reportedly held secret autograph signings this week in a room at the Cosmopolitan Hotel on the strip. If he's making money during those sessions, it will be seized to pay the nearly $70 million he owes the families of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman following a wrongful death suit filed against Simpson in 1997.

Goldman family attorney David Cook told Inside Edition that he believes Simpson is making money off the autographs since his release. 

"That is as anticipated," he said. "If he didn’t do that, I would be startled. That is the quickest way for him to make money and my job is to collect this $70 million judgement.”

Meanwhile, Bruce Fromong, the victim of the ill-fated 2007 robbery in Las Vegas that led to Simpson's prison stint, is denying reports that Simpson is hiding money in offshore accounts.

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Fromong told Inside Edition that Simpson does not have money in such accounts, but he does believe the former NFL star has tried to set up or was interested in getting funds in them.

“I know because I went to do it," Fromong said. "I was one of the guys that went and got the information."

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