The first installment of a six-part investigative series by the Boston Globe claims former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was sexually molested as a boy. The newspaper’s acclaimed “Spotlight” investigative team researched Hernandez’s life from birth until he killed himself in prison.
Aaron Hernandez was gay and struggled with his sexuality, according to people close to him. In an Oxygen documentary, Aaron Hernandez Uncovered, his lawyer George Leontire, who is gay and was a member of Hernandez’s defense team, said that Hernandez spoke at length about his sexuality and was conflicted about it.
The former New England Patriot who committed suicide in a Massachusetts prison in April after being convicted of first-degree murder suffered from a degenerative brain disease that researchers say they have never seen in someone his age.
Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, who was found dead last month in prison, wrote several letters asking to be moved to a different part of the lockup and asked to be allowed to move in with one of his friends from the outside whom he referred to as his “heart.”
Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez had his 2015 murder conviction posthumously overturned by a judge Tuesday. Superior Court Judge E. Susan Garsh vacated Hernandez’s first-degree murder conviction for the 2013 shooting of Odin L. Lloyd because he died before he was able to appeal the conviction.
The death of former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez, who was jailed for the 2013 murder of associate Odin Lloyd, has been beset by rumor, innuendo and more than a few shocks.
Best-selling author James Patterson plans to write a true-crime book about former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez.
Former New England Patriots tight end and convicted murderer Aaron Hernandez was remembered by his family, friends and former teammates at a private funeral service in his hometown of Bristol, Conn., Monday afternoon.
Impossibly, the life and death of former NFL tight end Aaron Hernandez is becoming ever more tragic. His longtime lawyer now alleges that his family got information about his suicide earlier this week via “salacious details on Twitter.”
Updated Friday, April 21, 2017, 6:09 p.m. EDT: After a report came out early Friday that Aaron Hernandez had left a suicide note in his cell addressed to a jailhouse lover, speculation as to whether or not Hernandez had a sexual secret began to circulate. Police sources are now confirming that Hernandez’s closeted…
It didn’t take long for rumors and speculation to start circulating about why Aaron Hernandez may have committed suicide. The former New England Patriots star and convicted murderer was found dead in his prison cell Wednesday after having apparently hanged himself less than a week after being acquitted of a separate…
Early Wednesday morning, Aaron Hernandez joined the long list of incarcerated people, including Sandra Bland and Kalief Browder, who allegedly committed suicide while in prison, or soon after being released.
On Wednesday, former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was found unresponsive in his single cell at the Souza Baranowski Correctional Center in Shirley, Mass. He was rushed to a local hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
When the Super Bowl-winning New England Patriots make their visit to the Orange House on Wednesday, arguably the most important player and friend of President Pee-Pee, quarterback Tom Brady won’t be there.
Aaron Hernandez’s family says it doesn’t believe he was in a suicidal frame of mind coming off his acquittal in the 2012 fatal shootings of Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado in Boston. On Friday the usually stoic Hernandez was seen smiling at his daughter, whom he fathered with his fiancee, Shayanna…
Updated Wednesday, April 19, 2017, 10:26 a.m. EDT: Jose Baez, the attorney who represented Hernandez in his double-homicide trial, has launched an investigation on behalf of Hernandez. Baez says he believes it’s possible his former client was murdered by either inmates or prison officials, according to TMZ Sports.
Former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez has been found not guilty of a 2012 drive-by shooting that left two men dead.
Aaron Hernandez will again be facing the music in court, this time for a 2012 Boston double homicide. Jury selection is set to begin Tuesday, with prosecutors and defense lawyers picking from a pool of some 600 candidates. Hernandez, a former NFL star who played with the New England Patriots, was already convicted of…
A co-defendant of former NFL player Aaron Hernandez took a plea deal for his part in the 2013 death of Odin Lloyd and was sentenced Monday, CNN reports.