TMZ has learned the suit OJ Simpson wore when he was acquitted of murder can be yours if the price is right!
Bruce Formong, a sports memorabilia dealer tells TMZ that he's in possession of Simpson's suit and is trying to sell it for $25,000. Formong will sell the suit, shirt and tie. He tells TMZ, "I wish I had the underwear but he (Simpson) must have crapped himself when they said 'not guilty.'"
Formong has already offered to sell the duds to sports memorabilia dealer Alfred Beardsley. Beardsley, who has not decided if he'll ante up, says he could turn around and sell the items for a hundred grand.
Formong says he's also brokering some of the balls that were presented to Simpson during his football career, and a photo of Simpson with J. Edgar Hoover -- we're not sure if Hoover was in drag. It was signed by the former FBI chief on December 4, 1967.
Calls to Simpson's rep were not immediately returned.