In the days before his death, Jenkins-Hernandez said the tough tight-end seemed upbeat and looking forward to clearing his name.
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CBS Sports reports that since Hernandez’s 2013 murder conviction was overturned, the Patriots owe him — or his estate — more than $6 million.
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Downward spiral ended in ex-Patriots star Aaron Hernandez jailhouse suicide
In the preview, Dr. Phil also touched on rumours of Hernandez’s bisexual jailhouse hijinks and whether he killed himself to help the family.
“I thought it was a hoax, that this was some cruel person playing a trick on me,” Jenkins-Hernandez told the TV shrink, adding she wants to “set the record straight.”
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In his suicide note to Jenkins-Hernandez, the footballer wrote: “YOU’RE RICH.”
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Hernandez hanged himself in a Massachusetts prison on April 19, leaving behind a slew of unanswered questions.
“Our last talk had nothing to do with suicidal thoughts.” We were going up a ladder to a positive direction,” she said. “I felt like we were looking so bright.
The bizarre jailhouse suicide of New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez left his longtime girlfriend shattered and in shock.
Hernandez had written three suicide notes: one to Jenkins-Hernandez, another to his four-year-old daughter and now, Newsweek reports, one to his jailhouse beau Kyle Kennedy, 22.
Meanwhile, according to the Boston Herald, Hernandez knew his death could result in big bucks for his struggling family.
But she added there were indirect clues of Hernandez’s dire intentions.
As a result (and that’s what happened last week) the court views the dead man as not guilty.
A jailbird told the tabloid that before his death, Hernandez asked about what would happen if a con died with a pending appeal.
Phil that premiered Monday. Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez is spilling her guts in a special two-part Dr.
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In this April 15, 2015, file photo, former New England Patriots football player Aaron Hernandez listens as the verdict is read finding him guilty in the shooting death of Odin Lloyd, at the Bristol County Superior Court in Fall River, Mass. (Dominick Reuter/Pool Photo via AP, File)