Trivia Question: Where can you get the autograph of a culpable double-murderer, convicted felon, Heisman Trophy winner, and B&E man all in one place? The answer is: Steiner Sports. After barely two weeks of freedom from a Nevada prison for a breaking and entering robbery of sports memorabilia, OJ Simpson is back in business signing and selling Buffalo Bills mini-helmets through the company for a mere $249.99

Crime buffs that are also football fans have hit the jackpot with this tainted shenanigan.

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Though the former running back was found innocent by a criminal jury in Los Angeles for the murder of both his wife Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman, he was later held liable in a civil trial for their deaths, and ordered to pay $33.5 million to the Goldman and Brown families. After over twenty years in which Simpson has not paid the first dime in the judgement, the total is believed now to be between $90 and $100 million.

Simpson spent nine years of a 33-year sentence for robbery and kidnapping in Nevada after he broke into a hotel room in 2008 to retrieve some of his sports memorabilia at gunpoint.

If you decide to purchase some of the new memorabilia he's hawking, be sure to have it delivered to a PO Box, a friend's house, or your in-law's address, just in case the outlaw changes his mind and wants to get it back from you.