Find out what Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez had to say about Aaron Hernandez…
Apparently, Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez ain’t no SNITCH, RAT, PUNK! She gave a clueless, careful and worthless testimony.
She “learned to keep her mouth shut and ‘not to ask any questions’ in certain situations.”
Although polite, Shayanna, was consistently resistant to prosecutor Patrick Haggan, essentially neither recalling nor remembering anything of note.
“She did not recall” receiving a phone call from Hernandez in the minutes after he is alleged to have shot de Abreu and Furtado.
When it came to the questioning of Aaron’s tattoo the he and Jenkins-Hernandez got during a trip to California, Shayanna says she discovered it on Pinterest. Huh?
Aaron’s reads: “Remind me that we’ll always have each other … ” and Shayanna’s says “… When everything else is gone.” It is said to be part of a lyric from the band Incubus.
When asked what her tattoo says, she replied:
“Oh geez, I’d have to look” (signaling that doing so would require disrobement).
Judge Jeffrey Locke spared her of that. She was also asked about what would Hernandez do down in his basement “man cave,” (which included a pool table, bar, weight room and movie theater). She claimed she didn’t know. Basically, Jenkins-Hernandez’s testimony was again offered brief, vague, mostly useless answers.
According to reports, Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez is still standing by her man, and doing her best to help him beat the rap. She isn’t married to her lifer fiance, but the two have remained engaged since October 2012, she said. They have a 4-year-old daughter together.
In 2015, Jenkins-Hernandez had her name legally changed, adding Aaron’s surname. The name change took place just after Hernandez was convicted of the Lloyd murder. Since he was sentenced to life behind bars, his daughter will NEVER truly get to know her father. His NFL fortune to disappear due to legal bills, creditors and civil suits. And, for some reason, Shayanna stays hopeful that one day Aaron will get out.
Isn’t delusion a great thing when you don’t want to face the truth of the situation?
Hernandez has seemingly little to offer – he’s locked up, broke and one of the most infamous convicted murderers in America. The couple’s 7,100-foot McMansion in North Attleboro is vacant and on the market for $1.299 million. The $40 million deal he signed with the Pats was long ago voided.
Here is the twisted part:
There is strain on Shayana Jenkins-Hernandez. The victim of Hernandez’s first conviction, Lloyd, was the happy-go-lucky boyfriend of Jenkins-Hernandez’s sister. The two siblings, once extremely close from growing up in a single-parent home, are now, understandably, estranged.
Becoming legally married seems pointless. It conveys no known benefits for Jenkins-Hernandez. Even if Hernandez became a model prisoner, the Massachusetts Department of Correction.