O.J. Simpson can put his beef with The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas in the rearview … because we’ve learned he’s settled his defamation lawsuit with the hotel.

According to new legal docs, obtained, The Juice and the Cosmo agreed to dismiss the lawsuit with prejudice, and the judge signed off. Usually, that points to some type of settlement, though neither side is talking details.

O.J.’s lawyer, Malcolm LaVergne, says … “The Simpson/Cosmopolitan matter has been resolved.”

As we reported … Simpson sued the Cosmopolitan over a Nov. 8, 2017 incident in which he was kicked off the property following an alleged drunken episode at a hotel bar.

Following the incident, hotel staff told TMZ … O.J. was wasted and became disruptive, getting angry with hotel employees … resulting in broken glasses at the bar.

O.J. denied the allegations, saying the story humiliated and embarrassed him … and in 2019 he filed his defamation suit against the Cosmo.

Most recently, the Cosmo said O.J.’s reputation as a violent convicted criminal is already so tarnished, there’s no way his rep could take a hit from allegations of drunken shenanigans.

But, now it appears the two sides worked something out to make the case go away.

We reached out to the Cosmo … so far, no word back.


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