Issa Scandal: Aaron Hernandez’s lawyer confirms whether or not he left a letter to a gay lover



While the authorities have more than a little bit of investigating to do in the untimely passing of Aaron Hernandez, the fallen NFL star’s attorney claims there’s no need for sleuths to dig into his alleged jailhouse homosexual swag, as none of the letters found near his body at his time of his death were addressed to a gay lover….




In the immediate wake of the 27-year-old ex-New England Patriots’ presumed suicide on April 19, slimy sources connected to the initial investigation of his demise claimed he left a note to his incarcerated same-sex boo thing–who was said to have been placed on suicide watch after Aaron’s lifeless body was discovered in his single unit cell at Massachusetts’ Souza Baranowski Correctional Center.

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Following the football player’s funeral services in his hometown of Bristol, Connecticut on Monday, his lawyer, Jose Baez, spilled to TMZ claiming chatty patty prattle of Aaron’s alleged gay-for-the-stay rendezvous is totally untrue..
“Rumors of letters to a gay lover, in or out of prison, are false,” the athlete’s legal rep stated. “These are malicious leaks used to tarnish somebody who is dead.”

The D.A. announced Thursday 3 letters were next to the former tight end’s Bible, and that’s when the rumors began.
As to whether or not Aaron–who was handed a life sentence in prison for the 2013 murder of Odin Lloyd–died from suicide or foul play, Jose said, “There is still plenty we are investigating.”
By : Asia Grace

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