Aaron Hernandez Suicide Note to Fiancée Reveled
Prosecutors released Aaron Hernandez’s suicide note to Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez, his fiancée and mother of his four-year-old daughter.
In an exclusive report by the DailyMail.com, the former football star apparently left a total of three handwritten letters addressed to his fiancée, his daughter Avielle, and Kyle Kennedy who is said to be his gay prison lover.
In the suicide note addressed to “Shay”, Aaron Hernandez called her fiancée his “soulmate” and that she was his “angel”. The former New England Patriots star also mentioned in the note that what happened to him was the “Supreme’s, the Almighty’s plan” and not his own.
The letter also mentioned a request that Shayanna looks after two boys, the names of whom were redacted.
He also wrote “You are rich” at the end of the suicide note, probably because he believed that Shayanna would earn millions after his death. However, reports disclosed that the former football star’s estate was worth nothing ($0).
The letter was signed “I KNEW I LOVED YOU = SAVAGE GARDEN”.
A recently released police report also revealed what went on in the life of Hernandez in the two years he spent at Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center – he committed about a dozen disciplinary offenses that include fistfights, two surprise prison tattoos, possession of a nearly 6-inch metal shiv. as well as smoking-related violations.
It can be recalled that Aaron Hernandez was serving a life sentence having been found guilty of the murder of Odin Lloyd in 2013.
On April 19, 2017, the NFL star was found hanging inside his cell by correction officers. He was transported to UMass Memorial Hospital but was later pronounced dead.
While State Department of Correction Spokesman Christopher Fallon initially said that no suicide letter was found in Hernandez’s cell, investigators reported the following day that three handwritten notes were found next to a Bible opened to John 3: 16.
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