Aaron Hernandez's prison lover claims late NFL star bragged about killing four people before his suicide
Aaron Hernandez's alleged prison lover has claimed that the late National Football League star boasted about killing four people before he committed suicide. Hernandez NFL player in 2010, hanged himself in his prison cell at the age of 24 in April 2017.
The player shot and killed Odion Lloyd, the boyfriend of his fiancée’s sister, on June 17, 2013 when he was just 23 years old. Nine days after Lloyd's body was found in an industrial park nearly one mile away from Hernandez's house, the NFL player was arrested. He was let go by the New England Patriots ninety minutes after. Two years later, in April 2015, Hernandez was found guilty of first-degree murder and was sentenced to life without parole.
Hernandez's alleged boyfriend, Kyle Kennedy, who was with him during the player's time in prison, has now revealed that the NFL star admitted to double homicide he was cleared off and also bragged about killing one more person.
Kennedy, while speaking to Radar Online, said: "Aaron always used to tell me he had four murders. He would just always, all the time joke around saying ‘I got four bodies.’'
A new book on the player's life by journalist Dylan Howard entitled Aaron Hernandez’s Killing Fields, claims that the NFL star went looking for Lloyd a week before his death in 2013. The book adds that he may have found a person named Jordan Miller instead of Lloyd. Miller's death has not yet been solved.
"It sounds like Hernandez gets a tip from one of his goonies. That Odin Lloyd is at this location. [Then] Jordan Miller is shot inside his home, from [a] drive-by shooting through the window," Police detective Bo Dietl told Howard.
"It’s very possible that Odin Lloyd could have been in that apartment, and if they look similar, which I believe they do," the detective added. "They shot the wrong guy that time. I don’t care if he pulled the trigger or not, if Aaron Hernandez was involved with the conspiracy to murder Odin Lloyd and Jordan Miller, it’s the same as pulling the trigger."
The player was posthumously diagnosed with a severe form of Chronic Traumatic Encepolothopy (CTE), a progressive neurogenerative disease. Results showed that Hernandez had the worst case of CTE ever seen in someone his age.
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