Aaron Hernandez was bisexual, and Odin Lloyd knew

But if the report proves anything, it's that there are probably going to be unanswered questions swirling around Hernandez's life and death for years to come. At the time of his death, Lloyd was dating the sister of Hernandez's fiancee; it's believed Hernandez was fearful word of his bisexuality would reach his fiancee.

Aaron Hernandez's shocking suicide continues to create controversy and now, the football player's fiancée might sue the state prison officials for negligence, because they failed to stop the tragedy.

Hernandez's fiancee, Shayanna Jenkins Hernandez, had filed an order Wednesday on behalf of the daughter she had with Hernandez.

Meanwhile, Hernandez's prison boyfriend "is now on 24/7 suicide watch", Newsweek says.

According to his death certificate, Hernandez is set to be cremated at the Brookside Crematory in Berlin next week.

Dr. Michael Baden tells The Associated Press he completed his autopsy Thursday after Hernandez's remains were returned to the family.

Other court documents seem to back this up, as Hernandez's estate was spread across three different accounts following his death: one for his fiance, one for his daughter, and a third, the largest, for that former high school classmate.

Despite being found not guilty, the former National Football League star still faced the prospect of life in prison without the possibility of parole stemming from his conviction in the 2013 execution-style killing of Odin Lloyd.

"We are getting [all our information] from the media, and the media is getting it from sources who are government officials", Leontire said during a hearing on an injunction to preserve evidence surrounding the former New England Patriot's suicide earlier in the week. The former athlete was alone at the time of the suicide, the report said.

A Louisiana judge has sentenced a 29-year-old New Orleans man to 25 years in prison for killing former Saints star Will Smith and wounding Smith's wife after an April 2016 traffic crash.

According to The Globe, Leontire told the court that Worcester District Attorney Joseph Early's office indicated there was "no check of Mr. Hernandez's cell" between 8 p.m. and 3:03 a.m.

Hernandez wrote a verse from "John 3:16" in red ink on his forehead. "I lost the love of my life", she said.

It was days after he was acquitted in a 2012 double murder case in Boston.

The family is seeking the contents of Hernandez's cell, the bedsheet he used to hang himself, and recordings of emergency phone calls related to his medical treatment, among other items.

  • Julie Sanders