Court papers seen by Daily show the Goldman family is 'concerned that Mr.

Simpson or others on his behalf are shopping a potential entertainment, interview, or similar platform through the media'.

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He's also been golfing and lounging by the pool at the multi-million dollar mansion he is staying in.

The 70-year-old was seen laughing with other patrons at Wahoos during the video as he sported a white visor and a light blue polo shirt.

While OJ's attorneys have denied the claims, Goldman's family said: 'We take issue with this statement.

Our prior experience with Mr Simpson over many years indicates the contrary, that in fact he or his advisors, agents, attorneys, family members, or surrogates, are "shopping" one or more entertainment, documentary, reality TV, or interview vehicles at this time.'The legal filing adds: 'Such an asset would be subject to enforcement, which would include any revenues arising therefrom or any asset constituting a business opportunity or the like.'Simpson's attorney said: 'Mr Simpson has no desire to conduct any interviews with the media, and certainly has no desire to solicit an interview for monetary gain'.

That means that some of the cash Simpson earns in the future must go to the families of Brown and Goldman.

If he were to take cash - for example, from signing autographs - but not declare it, he would violate federal law and his parole. Simpson (left, pictured with his now-deceased ex wife Nicole Brown) was never convicted of the murdering Brown and Ronald Goldman in 1995.

Some of Simpson's accomplices ultimately testified against him, leading to his conviction.

Previously, Simpson was found not guilty of murdering his wife Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman in 1995.

The conditions of his parole dictate he must report to his state parole officer on a monthly basis and obtain permission from the Nevada Division of Parole and Probation when he changes his residence.