Hernandez fiance: Former NFL player was not gay

Solenn Plantier
Mai 18, 2017

On April 19, Hernandez was found dead in his cell at the Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center, where he was serving time for the murder of Odin Lloyd, who was dating Jenkins-Hernandez's sister. A judge recently erased the 2013 murder conviction against him because he died while he was appealing.

Law enforcement officials claim Hernandez moved money into three accounts shortly before his arrest-one for Jenkins-Hernandez; a second for their daughter; and the third, where the most money was moved, for his boyfriend. The Boston Herald reported in April that Hernandez's estate is worth close to zero, with his $1.3 million North Attenborough, Massachusetts mansion the only remaining asset. He answered "that it wasn't".

"I had no indication or any feeling that he was" gay, Ms Jenkins Hernandez said. 'He was very much a man to me. "I just know that the feedback I was getting from our last talk had nothing to do with any suicidal thoughts". She says she asked him and he flatly denied it.

"It's just not something that I saw. We were going up a ladder, in a sense, to a positive direction", she told McGraw. I did see that it was addressed to Shay instead of you know babe or bae, the way he would refer me as - that was a little odd to me. The story about who this letter was sent to has changed several times but based upon the close relationship that I had with Aaron, it is highly likely that it was in fact intended for me.

Jenkins-Hernandez also took exception to the fact that Army insisted that Hernandez had left a $50,000 watch for Kennedy before killing himself.

Ms Jenkins Hernandez, who still doesn't believe that her fiance killed himself, said she believes someone forged the suicide note he left for their daughter.

According to the Associated Press, Jenkins-Hernandez said in the Dr. Phil interview the former New England Patriots tight end thought he would be freed soon. However, they were mum about the contents of the third note.

"You never approach any situation by accusing", she said.

"I think it's a crock of bull", she said.

Not only did Jenkins-Hernandez shoot that theory down, but she doesn't seem to believe that there was any type of romantic relationship between her fiancé and Kennedy.

"She found the courage to actually touch his hand and I think she built up some encouragement to say goodbye".

"If he was sitting right here, there are tons of stuff I would ask", she said. "I hope her and make sure she's OK", she said.

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