LATEST: OJ Simpson's lawyer is furiously attempting to block a planned reality TV show based on the former American Football star - which he promises will never see the light of day.
Although a small American network promises to air a 'fly-on-the-wall' programme starring Simpson, his lawyer YALE GALANDER says the show won't happen.
Galander spits, "This is a joke. There is no agreement between this guy (NORMAN PARDO) and the OJ Simpson team to do anything."
Pardo is the founder of SPIDERBOY INTERNATIONAL, which allegedly created a show from film footage of Simpson acting as an emcee at various rap concerts in 2001 and 2002.
Pardo says the show will be broadcast by Texas-based URBAN AMERICA TELEVISION NETWORK.
Simpson says, "To be honest, this footage would get pretty boring. Maybe for a half hour it would be interesting but not for a series. I have no plans in any way to do a reality show even though people have approached me about it."
But Pardo is not backing away from his idea that easily, "We've got everything done, the reality show is coming."27/04/2003 20:55