Aaron Hernandez is involved in a murder investigation and is currently behind bars while accused for the shooting of Odin Lloyd and as all this is going on, the former tight end is being tied to other crimes and incidents, including a bloody one at a party a few months ago.
According to TMZ.com, Hernandez and his fiancé Shayanna Jenkins got into an argument after the tight end had a party at their Hermosa Beach home, which resulted in her calling the cops. This came after a domestic disturbance call was made last year at the same apartment, although that did not result in any arrests, as Jenkins did not press charges. This more recent incident was a party that Hernandez had that was with friends and lasted from 4 PM to 9 AM and to help put an end to it, Jenkins called the cops to break things up.
Prior to her calling the cops, Hernandez put his hand through a window after punching it with his fist, leaving a "bloody mess" everywhere. Jenkins and Hernandez stayed together after all these incidents, as she lived with him in his home in North Attleboro, but they add up to more troubling behavior for the tight end. Hernandez is now being investigated in connection with another double murder and he could face more charges for that incident.
Neighbors at the California apartment called him a nightmare and now Hernandez could face life in prison with no parole for the killing of Hernandez. The tight end was considered one of the top young players in the game and he is now likely never going to step onto the field again after starring for the Patriots and the Gators in college. Hernandez had 175 catches, 1,956 yards and 18 touchdowns in three seasons with the Patriots and he also signed a $41 million contract with the team.
The Patriots decided to cut him after the arrest and now they will suffer a cap hit while they also try to recoup some of the bonus money and guaranteed money given to him. The body of Lloyd was found less than a mile from Hernandez's home and lawyers presented numerous details about the crime in his hearing, saying that Hernandez can be directly tied to the body with shell casings as well as with video and cell phone tower evidence. He was also seen on video arriving home just minutes after the shooting took place.