Anyways, its been reported that Aaron Hernandez wrote three suicide letter and one of them was for his gay lover prison…
We previously told you that Aaron Hernandez had wrote in blood on his forehead John 3:16. Well Hernandez also left three hand-written letters that were discovered next to a Bible opened to John 3:16. We’ve learned that two of the notes were written to Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez and the couple’s four-year-old daughter Avielle. The third letter was written to his Hernandez’s gay prison lover, who has not been identified but was believed to be the last person Hernandez spoke to before taking his life.
Aaron’s lover has not been identified, but it said that he is now under ‘eyeball to eyeball’ suicide watch.
It’s also been revealed that Aaron Hernandez was bisexual. Evidence has proved that the former New England Patriots tight end had a longtime love affair with a male high school classmate, the magazine claims. Keeping the relationship secret may have been his motive in the murder of Odin Lloyd, that led to his lifetime sentence. Lloyd allegedly knew about his friend having sex with men. Did his fried Mike Pouncey know about Hernandez secret?
Authorities interviewed the 27-year-old former New England Patriots player’s high school lover in his murder trial, and the unnamed man even testified in front of a grand jury, sources continued.
The report also alleges that Hernandez left a large chunk of his fortune to the mystery boyfriend before he was arrested for murdering Lloyd.
It was also reported that the 27-year-old reportedly planned his suicide for weeks and had given away most of his belongings to fellow inmates. He also covered his cell floor in soap so he would slip and not be able to land firmly on his feet if he decided at the last second to abort his suicide, via the NY Post.
It was reported that Aaron Hernandez had a violent record in prison, including many fights with other inmates. Despite the coroner officially stated Hernandez death was a Suicide, it was never an issue for Hernandez. It was the furthest thing from his mind, which why his attorney questions if it was suicide or murder. Baez vows to investigate for the truth.
We find it truly sad that Aaron took his life. Suicide is NOT the answer. The former NFLer was one of our favorite players. He had one of the best front bumps in the NFL. If there was a who would you rather Aaron was always the top of the list.