O.J. Simpson on Thursday claimed he’s had “a conflict-free life” during his Nevada parole hearing. The former football star, who’s served nine years for a Las Vegas armed robbery and kidnapping in 2007, was asked about whether he would have violent tendencies after his potential release. “I’ve always thought I’d been pretty good with people and I’ve basically have spent a conflict-free life, you know? I’m not a guy that ever got in a fight on the street and with the public and everybody.” Simpson was infamously accused of the double-murder of his ex-wife Nicole Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman—a trial that gripped the nation and led to his controversial acquittal.