Simpson memorabilia has already hit the market - just 10 days after Juice signed a bunch of helmets in a secret Vegas hotel signing session.
O.J. Simpson had better start saving his receipts, because he's probably going to get audited this year.
Those helmets were recently purchased by Steiner Sports, one of the biggest memorabilia dealers in the business, and now they're selling for $400 - or $450 if you want O.J's signature along with the "H.O.F '85" inscription.
O.J. Simpson is now a free man.
Steiner is selling a full-sized Buffalo Bills throwback replica helmet signed by Simpson for $399.99.
A rep for Steiner tells us, "So it is clear, Steiner Sports did not hold the signing with O.J. Simpson, but purchased his new autographs from a third party". The signature on this item has been authenticated by Steiner Sports and features a uniquely numbered tamper-proof hologram which can be verified in our online database.
Steiner CEO Brandon Steiner tells TMZ Sports, "Collectors collect and O.J. Simpson is a part of sports history for his accomplishments on the field". "He's a Heisman Trophy victor, 10,000-plus-yard rusher and a Hall of Famer".
Of course, the million dollar question-literally-is whether O.J. was paid for his autographs. "We are just trying to answer the demand of our customers looking to complete their collections", said Brandon Steiner, CEO of Steiner Sports. On the one hand it's hard to imagine he would do something like this out of the kindness of his heart.
All of Simpson's earnings are supposed to go to the families of Ronald Goldman and Nicole Brown Simpson due to a 1997 civil decision.
If O.J. tries to keep any money received from the autographs, he'd be violating USA tax law, which would land him back in prison.