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21 Jul 2017 03:59 PM EST

-by Laura Tucker, Staff Writer; Image: O.J. Simpson (Image Source: Screenshot)

O.J. Simpson has lived a handful of places and has held even more jobs, but what's to become of him once he is paroled in November?

He grew up in San Francisco, a California boy, and at the time of the infamous murders, he was living at the estate on Rockingham that we heard so much about.  He defaulted on the mortgage and the new owner demolished it. He bought another place in Florida, but that went into foreclosure while he was locked up.

He became famous as a football player with the nickname of "The Juice." With those days behind him, he ventured into the broadcasting side of football and became a movie actor as well as a pitchman for rental cars. But those opportunities dried up after he was accused of double murder.

Now after spending nine years in jail for armed robbery and kidnapping, he'll be a free man once again but has nowhere to live and no job. He's also 70 years old.

He expressed to the parole board that he would like to move back to Florida. However, the state will need to decide whether they want to accept him there to live out his five years of parole.

A source has said that there are many who would like him to do a reality TV show.

"The question will be if that's a provision of parole to not do media," added the source. "It would be odd because he hasn't bothered anyone in the media. He would have to get permission from parole to do that. Whatever he does for work, he will have to get it approved."

It could be a lucrative opportunity that could pay him well, and he could live just about anywhere.

However, the money he would make would not be his to keep, at least not all of it. He lost the civil case against him in the deaths of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman after he was acquitted in the murders. He was sentenced to pay them $33.5 million and hasn't made much of a dent in that so far. So whatever he would make would be garnished.

And while Simpson expressed to the parole board that he doesn't think they would want him to stay in Nevada, there's at least one person who does: Dennis Hof, the owner of the Bunny Ranch in Carson City, Nevada. He's offered him a job and free digs.

However, he wouldn't be welcomed by everyone at the brothel. Some of the women working there have said they will leave if Simpson shows up there. And perhaps the parole board wouldn't give their approval either.

It looks like Simpson may have to make some big decisions once he's released.

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