The owner of a Louisville, Ky., restaurant is making headlines, but not for what the steakhouse serves but for who it doesn't.
Jeff Ruby was at his Louisville eatery during Derby weekend, when a waiter told him O.J. Simpson was seated in the next room. Ruby said he did not want to serve Simpson, so he asked him to leave the restaurant. The owner said he did it out of respect for the families of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman, the people Simpson was accused of killing.
Rudy also said he's sickened by the attention Simpson still attracts. He criticized Simpson for what he termed "the way he continues to torture the lives of those families with his behavior, attitude and conduct."
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