Aaron Hernandez fiancé SUING NFL Over CTE Diagnosis

Aaron Hernandez fiancé SUING NFL Over CTE Diagnosis

This is a HUGE problem within the NFL since most ballers suffer concussions while playing but say nothing until they have retired. Now, Aaron Hernandez’s fiancé, Shayanna Jenkins is SLAPPING the NFL and the New England Patriots for CTE Diagnosis.

Get more details on what the NFL and The Patriots apparently learned about Aaron Hernandez brain. Read on…

Aaron Hernandez fiancé SUING NFL Over CTE Diagnosis

CelebNSports247.com has learned that Aaron Hernandez fiancé, Shayanna Jenkins is NOT happy about her late fiancé.

We previously told you that Hernandez brain was being donated to the University of Boston to be researched and now the results explain it all.

According to Boston University researchers Aaron Hernandez suffered from debilitating brain disease chronic traumatic encephalopathy, otherwise known as CTE.

Like we said, this is a common negative aspect of the NFL, which is covered up, but watch the movie Concussion or listen to Julius Jones of Baller Wives, who is an advocate against the ongoing problem with CTE in the NFL.


Now, that the New England Patriots have diagnosed Hernandez, Shayanna Jenkins is fighting back by filing a suit against the league and the Patriots.

The diagnosis from the CTE Center revealed that Hernandez’s examination showed his brain had Stage 3 CTE, with Stage 4 being the most severe.

Jenkins is NOT happy about the diagnosis so her lawsuit against the NFL and the Patriots is for Aaron’s daughter. She is accusing the league and the team of keeping the late baller in the dark about his condition.

TMZ reports that the Jenkins filed documents say, “Aaron had stage 3 CTE usually seen in players with a median age of death of 67 years.” She claims Hernandez’s employers were aware of the risks and links between suicidal impulses and the brain disease and declined to share the information with Hernandez.

She adds:

The NFL and the Patriots “were fully aware of the damage that could be inflicted from repetitive impact injuries and failed to disclose, treat or protect him from the dangers of such damage.”

As a result, she says she and her daughter are demanding “redress for the loss of parental consortium she has experienced based on the negligent conduct of Defendants that deprived her of the companionship and society of her father, Aaron Hernandez.”

Her court docs also state that “On April 19, 2017, Aaron succumbed to the symptoms of CTE and committed suicide.”