Unlike the crazy motherf*%ker below.
It appears that O.J. Simpson, whose upcoming, "hypothetical" tell-all book was pulled by Fox, may have had an accomplice in the murders that a jury said he didn't commit: Prozac.
Mike Gilbert, a sports agent and longtime pal of Simpson, says the Juice was high as a kite on not one, but two prescriptions of the mood-altering drug at the time of the 1994 killings.
"O.J. is very much out of his mind... [which] was complicated by the Prozac," says Gilbert, who adds that Simpson continued wolfing down the drug to help him withstand the pressure as cops put the heat on him.
He believes Simpson's altered state from the Prozac allowed him to commit murder and avoid cracking. Over the years, the drug has been blamed for sparking violent and psychotic behavior. In the wake of Simpson's attempt to cash in with a book, If I Did It, and TV special, Gilbert (like the rest of us) is sickened:
"I can't forgive him for the way he has conducted himself since [the murders]. He's the kind of guy who, were he on the Titanic, would have taken two life preservers for himself and watched his kids drown."
He probably would. Feel free to take about 25 bottles of Prozac, Juice. Today. Surely Pete Doherty can set you up with his dealer.