Found July 02, 2013 on
A new incident pops up everyday that paints Aaron Hernandez in a negative light. I don’t know how they are going to find an impartial jury.
While all the evidence seems strong, it is still innocent until proven guilty and he deserves a fair trial. I don’t know if he will get one though. The latest incident to come to light in Hernandez’s past is a domestic dispute with his now fiancee Shayanna Jenkins.
Aaron Hernandez was involved in a domestic incident with his fiancée a year ago that sent cops racing to his rental home in a beachside community in L.A. … TMZ has learned.
Law enforcement sources tell us Hernandez was renting a place in Hermosa Beach in June, 2012, when a neighbor called police to report a domestic disturbance — “fighting” — between the ex-Patriots star and his fiancée, Shayanna Jenkins inside his home.
We’re told when police arrived, Jenkins said she was ok and didn’t want to press charges so they left without making an arrest.
Aaron Hernandez has avoided arrests for several shady activities in the past until now. Neighbors said it wasn’t the first time police visited that LA residence.
Jenkins for now, is standing by her man, we will see how long that lasts.
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The motive still seems a bit shaky, unless you believe Aaron Hernandez is a sociopath. Now, there is evidence that Hernandez might be a serial killer, so while the motive maybe flimsy to some, it doesn’t take a lot to set a crazy person off.
Here is the working theory the police are going with.
Law enforcement sources tell TMZ … there are several operating theories, but a prevailing...
In an interview for Extra roughly two months ago former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez claimed to be a “role model” for Hispanic people. In a few short weeks the Aaron Hernandez saga has gone from bad to worse, and the young man is as far from a role model as can be.
Of course, the only reason this video is of any note is because Hernandez and two others were arrested just...
According to Kelly Naqi of ESPN’s Outside the Lines, authorities from Massachusetts who are investigating the murder case involving former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez have reached out to the police in Gainesville, Florida in an attempt to find out if Hernandez was involved in a 2007 shooting that resulted in two men being seriously injured. The 2007 Gainesville shooting...
Last offseason, Aaron Hernandez was staying in a rental house in Hermosa Beach, Calif., when police responded to a complaint.
A neighbor called the police to report a domestic disturbance between Hernandez and his fiancee, according to TMZ. The neighbor said the tight end and Shayanna Jenkins were fighting inside their house.
When police arrived, Jenkins said she was OK and did not...
We reported earlier today that Boston authorities have been in contact with Gainesville police in order to gather more information about a 2007 shooting that took place down in Florida.
The Gainesville police have released a statement denying that they’ve been contacted by Boston authorities.
The Gainesville Police Department is aware that members of the national media are reporting...
The Hartford Courant is reporting that three men were arrested early Saturday morning at a West Hartford, Conn. diner following a fight that reportedly involved the yelling of Aaron Hernandez’s name.
According to reports, someone at the Golden Roc Diner shouted “Hey, Aaron Hernandez” after seeing a man they thought was the jailed former tight end of the Patriots.
One of the many “Aaron Hernandez has always been a jackass” stories that have surfaced on Tuesday involves his alleged involvement in a 2007 Gainesville bar fight, during which Hernandez reportedly punched a bouncer in the head and ruptured his ear drum. The story has been circulating rapidly since the Wall Street Journal obtained the [...]
The piece by Jason Whitlock today on Aaron Hernandez was very well written, I encourage you to read it. In short, it blames America’s violent culture and hero worshipping of thugs for the creation of individuals like Aaron Hernandez. Whitlock used names like Jay-Z, Tony Soprano, Scarface, Al Capone, Tupac Shakur and Christopher Moltisanti to strengthen his point that this...
For the past two weeks, the biggest story in the wide world of sports has been the Aaron Hernandez murder charge. Hernandez, a pro bowl tight end who previously played tight end for the New England Patriots pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder and five firearms charges, more than a week after the body of Odin Lloyd was found near his Massachusetts home.
Before he was officially...
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The elephant in the room.
Zach Travis discusses Ohio State head football coach Urban Meyer's connection to former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez...
From the Bruins' heartbreaking Game 6 loss to the Celtics trading the core of its team to Aaron Hernandez, this has not been a good week for Boston fans.
“Hmmm. The map doesn’t seem to indicate where the body dumps are.”
– With NFL players possibly murdering in the news, now’s as good a time as any to check in with God’s Antlersprayer, Ray Lewis. What’s Ray-Ray up to in the months preceding his new career annoying people in a broadcast studio? He’s climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro with Brad Pitt’s brother. Sounds funspirational...
There's no doubt about it, one team in particular going into the 2013 NFL training camps, will have a lot of problem solving to do. During The New England Patriots' off-season the team had a number of arrivals and departures of key players. So crucial in fact that a few stories have made big news not only around the league, but the nation as well. Aaron Hernandez has...