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16 May 2017, 10:23 | Marlene Fleming
Aaron Hernandez's suicide note to fiancée Shayanna Jenkins revealed
According excerpts released from a TV interview on "The Dr. Phil Show", scheduled to air Monday and Tuesday, Jenkins-Hernandez say she doesn't accept the ruling of authorities, that her fiancee hanged himself.
It was 5:27 a.m. on April 19 when a prison official called Jenkins-Hernandez to say the former National Football League star had been found dead at the Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center in Shirley, Massachusetts, she said. He was serving a life sentence in a 2013 killing. His death shocked his family as it came just days after a jury had cleared him of a separate double-murder charge.
Jenkins-Hernandez said she doesn't know what the line means.
His death has been ruled a suicide by the Worcester district attorney's office and the case closed.
"Everyone has their own choice in friends", Jenkins-Hernandez said.
During Monday's airing of The Dr. PhilShow, Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez didn't directly address the rumors that Aaron Hernandez is bisexual or even gay, or that he may have had a prison lover at the time of his death.
Hernandez had written three suicide notes: one to Jenkins-Hernandez, another to his four-year-old daughter and now, Newsweek reports, one to his jailhouse beau Kyle Kennedy, 22.
"He was very positive", she said.
"I did see that it was addressed to Shay instead of Babe or Bae, the way he would refer (to) me as". Hernandez was in the process of appealing his conviction when he died.
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There were also peculiarities in his suicide note to her, she said. "I feel like someone was in the wrong somewhere, and I want answers".
She said she spoke with Hernandez on the telephone the night before his death and "there was no indication at all" that he was thinking about taking his life, since it seemed like a "completely normal" conversation.
"I remember him saying, "Babe, I've got to go, they're shutting the doors" and I honestly don't think we said I love you to each other and that was it", Jenkins-Hernandez added.
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