In a bizarre parole hearing for O.J. Simpson, sports memorabilia dealer Bruce Fromong added to the lunacy Thursday with a unique, if questionable shirt.
Fromong was victimized during the September 2007 armed robbery, which resulted in Simpson serving over eight years in jail.
It appears that all hard feelings were put aside as Fromong testified on Simpson’s behalf, wearing a shirt that read “Heisman” while depicting the trophy’s logo.
This likely wasn’t a coincidence, seeing that Simpson’s national profile begun after winning the Heisman Trophy in 1968 while dominating at running back for USC.
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