You can't blame the National Enquirer for asking a question many of us have wondered: how are the inmates treating O.J. Simpson?
Turns out Simpson wasn't beat up in prison, as reported by the tabloid. The Enquirer went as far as to say he was beaten unconscious and spent three weeks in the infirmary.
Steve Suwe, the public information officer for the Lovelock Correctional Center in Nevada, adamantly denied the story.
In September 2008, Simpson was found guilty for several felonies including armed robbery, and kidnapping. He's doing a 33-year stint, with a minimum of nine years without parole.