Being famous must be a total pain in the bits sometimes, you know, what with former agents penning tell-all books about how you got away with murdering your ex, 'n stuff. Mike Gilbert, who apparently worked with O.J. Simpson for two decades, is spilling his beans in his memoirs. The highlight of which centres on a drugged up "confession" the footballer once made about the night his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend, 25-year-old Ronald Goldman, were stabbed to death. According to Associated Press: "He said Simpson had smoked pot, took a sleeping pill and was drinking beer when he confided at his Brentwood home weeks after his trial what happened the night of June 12, 1994. Simpson said he went to his ex-wife's condominium, but did not bring a knife with him. Simpson told him Nicole Brown Simpson had one in her hand when she opened the door. In a soft mumble, Simpson told him: 'If she hadn't opened that door with a knife in her hand... she'd still be alive'. 'Nothing more needed to be said,' Gilbert writes. 'O.J. had confessed to me. There's no doubt in my mind'." Yep, clearly it was ALL Nicole's fault for answering the door with a knife on her person. I dunno, she and Ronald must've taken turns to fall on it repeatedly, or something.