O.J. Simpson's former girlfriend has filed a burglary complaint against the former Buffalo Bills football great, claiming he broke into her home, erased a message on her answering machine and took a letter.
Christine Prody, 25, told officers that Simpson, 53, had used a key to enter her Miami-Dade County home between midnight and 7 a.m. Friday, according to the police report.
Prody said she telephoned Simpson about it, and he admitted going to her home because he wanted to erase a message he had left for her, the report said.
The only thing missing was the letter, which Simpson did not want Prody to mail to a "mutual friend," the report said. The contents of the letter were not disclosed.
Prody did not want to pursue charges, Miami-Dade Police spokesman Juan Del Castillo said.
Simpson and Prody reportedly stopped seeing each other six weeks ago. In May, police were called to a Miami hotel after Simpson and Prody got into a dispute where Prody allegedly slapped and kicked him. Simpson refused to press charges.
In October 1999, police responded to a 911 call Simpson placed from Prody's house. According to a police report, Simpson said Prody had been on a cocaine binge. Simpson later called it a misunderstanding, saying he had placed the call about one of Prody's friends.
Simpson was acquitted in 1995 of killing his former wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend Ronald Goldman.