O.J. Simpson Reportedly Banned From Cosmopolitan Hotel in Vegas After Becoming 'Extremely Unruly'

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Just a little over a month after his release from prison, O.J. Simpson is in trouble again. 

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The disgraced NFL star was reportedly thrown out of the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas late Wednesday after allegedly getting drunk at the popular Clique Bar in the resort and becoming "extremely unruly" with hotel staff in an encounter that reportedly resulted in broken glasses.

A photo of a smiling Simpson was taken at the hotel shortly before the incident.
The former Heisman Trophy winner was removed from the hotel by security, and reportedly banned for life from the Cosmopolitan Hotel.

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The 70-year-old has been living in Las Vegas since his release from the Lovelock Correctional Center, where he served nine years for a 2007 armed robbery conviction. 

In recent weeks, he's been seen at various locations throughout the city, including bars and restaurants where's he's been posing for selfies with patrons and chatting up admirers. 

Simpson's lawyer denies his client did any wrongdoing.