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O.J. May Sue Cosmopolitan Hotel for $100-million

O.J. Simpson may file a lawsuit against the Cosmopolitan Hotel on the Las Vegas strip. Last November Simpson was kicked out of the resort and banned for life. He was accused of being drunk and unruly. This incident happened about a month after Simpson was released on parole. SImpson has hired the firm of  Malcom P. LaVergne & Associates law firm to handle the matter in which he could sue for no less than $100 million.

In a letter the law firm sent to the Cosmopolitan, Simpson is suing because he feels the "casino staff, employees, agents, and other higher-level decision makers or affiliates, including STK Las Vegas and Clique Bar & Lounge, acted with malice and racial prejudice."

The Cosmopolitan had no comment.