Aaron Hernandez Wrote Suicide Note to Gay Prison Lover

Now we finally know who received Aaron Hernandez’s third suicide note. Details came out previously that Hernandez wrote three suicide notes and left them next to a Bible. One went to his 4-year-old daughter Avielle, one went to fiancee Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez, but whomever received the third note was unidentified.

Well, it turns out Hernandez’s gay prison lover got that third note, so says Daily Mail. Yup. Prison gay.

Interestingly enough, this gay prison lover was the last one to see Hernandez alive. He’s also on ‘eyeball to eyeball’ suicide watch. Are the two related? Maybe. That dude’s probably crying his eyes out. Where’s this prison lover gonna date a celebrity now? Celebs don’t murder people every day you know.

The bigger question is when are we gonna see what Hernandez wrote? TMZ needs to get on this.

Daily Mail also writes that Hernandez planned his suicide for weeks.

The former football star even gave away most of his personal belongings to fellow inmates and covered the floor of his cell in soap, according to a well-paced source. If he lost his nerve he wouldn’t be able to save himself as he would slip around and not be able to land firmly on his feet.

That’s very…detail-oriented. I would’ve never thought to put soap on the ground to make sure I don’t change my mind about suicide.

At least Hernandez won’t leave his daughter destitute. Since Hernandez died before he made all his appeals, Massachusetts considers him innocent. Now that the state considers him innocent, that means the New England Patriots may have to return whatever money they owe him.

In June 2013, the Patriots withheld $3.25 million of Hernandez’s signing bonus. They also refused to pay him his $2.5 million in his guaranteed base salary. New England cited the collective bargaining agreement as their reason for withholding that guaranteed money. That’s the money Hernandez’s lawyers will likely pursue.

If I’m New England Patriots owner Bob Kraft, I go ahead and pay the family and make them waive any future claims. The team just won the Super Bowl, which likely increased their value way more than $3 million, plus there’s Hernandez’s 4-year-old daughter sitting there without a father. Be a nice guy and make his daughter’s life a little less shitty.

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