Third Co-Defendant to Roll Over on O.J. Simpson

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The Juice is getting squeezed harder by the day... and orange you glad he may finally be going to prison where he belongs? Sorry, that was lame. But you are, right?

Another co-defendant in the recent kidnapping/robbery case has agreed to plea to lesser charges - in exchange for testimony against O.J. Simpson.

Michael McClinton Mug Shot

Michael McClinton is now the third person involved in the alleged Las Vegas hotel room holdup involving O.J.'s sports memorabilia.

He told a judge in a Clark County (Nev.) courtroom this morning that he'll accept a deal to plead guilty to robbery and conspiracy to commit robbery, and testify against O.J. Simpson and two other men.

McClinton's lawyer, William Terry, said his client can testify that O.J. Simpson wanted guns with him and his gang as they went to the hotel room at the Palace Station casino.

Simpson's attorney, Yale Galanter, said this was not a surprise, although he added the following:

"What this comes down to is the real bad guys are pointing a finger at O.J., and the prosecution giving away the courthouse to try to shore up their case."

Michael McClinton could receive up to 11 years in prison. Man, everybody's rolling over on O.J. And not exactly the way Christie Prody does.

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