REPORT: Aaron Hernandez Allegedly Left a Suicide Note For His Jailhouse Lover (Photo)
REPORT: Aaron Hernandez’s Sexual Orientation May Have Been Motive For Odin Lloyd’s Murder
It was already reported earlier today by Daily Mail that Aaron Hernandez wrote 3 suicide letters, one of which was addressed to his prison lover. Not only was that report corroborated by Newsweek, but more details emerged as to why Hernandez might have murdered one of his victims.
Hernandez’s sexual orientation is reportedly at the center of why he murdered his friend Odin Lloyd, according to Michele McPhee’s written piece. Apparently, he did not want information to get out that he was bisexual.
“But interviews with multiple law enforcement officials directly involved in the case say Lloyd—a semipro football player who was dating Hernandez’s fiance’s sister at the time—had information the football star did not want out: that he was bisexual.
One of the notes left by Hernandez was to his prison boyfriend, who is now on 24/7 suicide watch, multiple law enforcement sources confirm. Hernandez’s sexuality would, of course, not be relevant save for the fact that an intimate relationship he allegedly had with a male former high school classmate was at the center of the investigation into Lloyd’s murder.
Ernest Wallace, a co-defendant in the Lloyd murder case, told detectives the victim had called Hernandez a “schmoocher,” which was taken by Hernandez and his companions as a gay slur.”
That same Ernest Wallace is currently serving a 4.5 to 7 year sentence for aiding Hernandez in getting rid of the murder weapon that killed Odin Lloyd.
“Hernandez’s alleged longtime male lover, the high school friend, was interviewed extensively by authorities after Lloyd’s murder, and was forced to testify in front of a grand jury. Law enforcement officials also say Hernandez moved a large amount of money into three accounts shortly before his arrest for the Lloyd killing: one account was for his fiancé; a second was for his daughter; the third, where the most money was moved, was for that friend.”