O.J. Simpson is serving his final months in prison in protective custody after winning parole. Prison officials believe he's a potential target for other inmates.
A Nevada parole board approved Simpson's release at a hearing last week. He's served nearly nine years of his 33-year sentence for armed robbery and kidnapping, and could be freed as early as October 1.
When asked if he agreed with a statement Simpson made to the parole board claiming he's lived "a conflict-free life," Lavergne said, "I thought that was an appropriate remark to make. He's one of the most famous and notorious people on the planet. If you look at the 70 years, you're thinking of a couple incidents in his life. But for most of his life, he's led a very good life as a good citizen."