O.J. Simpson wants big bucks to sing like a canary in his first post-prison interview -- but the networks aren't biting.
The Hollywood Reporter says his associates have been shopping around the sit down for weeks and are asking for a seven-figure payout. Sources at ABC, CBS and NBC all reportedly "stress that they will not pay for a Simpson interview, which would violate news division standards." Several cable networks have also passed.
O.J., who was acquitted for the murders of Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman in 1994, was released from Lovelock Correctional Center on October 1st after serving nine years for armed robbery and kidnapping.