One prominent publication is reporting Friday that one of Aaron Hernandez’s three suicide notes was left for a “gay lover” he had in prison.
Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was found dead from apparent suicide in his prison cell on Wednesday morning, and in the days since, details have begun to emerge regarding how he spent his final hours. Friday morning, one publication – Daily Mail – dropped a report that suggests that one of the three suicide notes Hernandez left was for his “gay lover” in prison.
Sources close to the investigation tell DailyMail.com that the third letter was written to Hernandez’s gay prison lover, who has not been identified but was believed to be the last person Hernandez spoke to before he took his own life.
Now that man is currently under ‘eyeball to eyeball’ suicide watch.
The other two notes, according to the publication, were left for his fiancee and his daughter.
The report comes in contrast to what TMZ reported earlier in the week – which suggested that the third note was left for the “general public.”
Investigators found three hand-written notes next to a Bible in the cell. We’re told one of the notes addressed the general public, and the other 2 were written to specific people.
Hernandez, once one of the rising stars in the NFL, died at the age of 27. We’ll keep you updated as more information regarding the circumstances of his death is released.