O.J. Simpson’s daughter was sentenced Wednesday to 50 hours of community service in a deal with prosecutors that stemmed from a confrontation with police during a fight outside a prep school basketball game.
Sydney Simpson, 20, did not appear in court, but her lawyer accepted the deal on her behalf in a teleconference with a judge.
She was arrested in January 2005 when Miami police said she repeatedly yelled profanities at officers called to Ransom Everglades School to stop a fight after a boys’ basketball game against Gulliver Prep. Then 19, Simpson had already graduated from Gulliver at the time.
While being taken into custody, she slapped an officer’s hand, a police report said.
She needs to be slapping her father.
Oh. Unless, of course, you don’t think that he did it.