‘Bun­nies’ threaten to quit over OJ job of­fer

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It seems con­tro­versy loves OJ Simp­son. Or is it the other way around? Which­ever it is, the news of Simp­son’s first post-prison job of­fer has set tongues wag­ging and ruf­fled the feath­ers of those he might have to work with should he ac­cept, TMZ re­ported. Ac­cord­ing to the celebrity gos­sip web­site, the dis­graced foot­ball leg­end was of­fered a job at a Ne­vada brothel. The site talked to Den­nis Hof, owner of the Bunny Ranch in Car­son City, Ne­vada, and he con­firmed that he’s got a po­si­tion al­ready for OJ when he’s re­leased from prison, which could be as early as Oc­to­ber 1. Hof said Simp­son would work as a greeter at the es­tab­lish­ment, and be able to live on the premises of the Ranch as long as he’s em­ployed.

“One of the con­di­tions of a pris­oner be­ing granted pa­role is al­ways hav­ing an es­tab­lished place to live and a job to go to, and I can of­fer OJ both of those in a unique sit­u­a­tion,” he said.

There is one prob­lem though; his prospec­tive co­work­ers are not happy. Pro­fes­sional sex worker Brook­lyn Moore said she and other women working at the Ranch would go on strike if he is of­fered a job there.

“The last thing we need is an­other link to the Kar­dashian clan com­ing around to ruin our busi­ness, and jeop­ar­dise our safety,” she said, ap­par­ently re­fer­ring to Khloe Kar­dashian’s ex-hus­band, La­mar Odom, who over­dosed at an­other Hof es­tab­lish­ment, the Love Ranch brothel in Pahrump. Simp­son was rep­re­sented by Robert Kar­dashian in the 1995 mur­der trial.

He was granted pa­role on Thurs­day for a 2008 Las Ve­gas armed rob­bery con­vic­tion and is ex­pected to be re­leased on Oc­to­ber 1. –

Staff re­porter

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