The interest in O.J. Simpson continues to climb as people begin watching his every move. The recently paroled ex-con is now living in Las Vegas in a $1.8 million home, hanging out by the pool, practicing his golf swing and signing autographs at a nearby hotel for paying fans.

On Saturday night, the former disgraced NFL star was lampooned by television’s “Saturday Night Live” in a skit starring Gal Gadot and Keenan Thompson.

Page Six of the NY Post is also claiming to have the buzz on Simpson’s latest whereabouts. The newspaper is gossiping that the 70-year-old former gridiron great is looking for female companionship and hoping the infamous Bunny Ranch brothel nearby can accommodate him. Simpson is supposedly asking the ranch to find him a Nicole Simpson lookalike with the golden beauty of his ex-wife.

Dennis Hof is the longtime, vocal owner of the legal Las Vegas brothel and told the NY Post that “The Juice” is anxious to make a visit to the Bunny Ranch and that the ladies there are all very eager to see him. There might be a tiny problem with this, however, according to Simpson’s parole conditions.

His attorney Malcolm LaVergne is looking into the matter to see if visiting the brothel is legit under Simpson’s Nevada parole. O.J. Simpson was released on October 1 from the Lovelock Correctional facility after serving nine years for a botched hotel room heist.

When he was granted parole, Simpson had testified to the Nevada Parole Commission that his release plans focused on his moving back to Florida to be close to his family. Not so fast, however, because Florida’s attorney general is trying to ban Simpson from moving into the Sunshine State. He was a resident of Florida prior to his conviction in 2008.

Pam Bondi fired off a letter to the Florida Department of Corrections advising them to tell Nevada officials that the state of Florida objects to O.J. Simpson serving his parole there. She also went on social media site Twitter to blast Simpson, stating that Florida would not become “a country club” for the convicted felon.

Simpson’s lawyer suggested that this was a temporary inconvenience for the former football hero and that Simpson would eventually be relocating to Florida.

On October 3, 1995, O.J. Simpson was acquitted of the double murders of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman.