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Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez Says Aaron Left Her With $0.00 In The Bank

by: Darrelle Lincoln On  Thursday, April 27, 2017

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In the wake of Aaron Hernandez committing suicide, now comes the battle over any money he has left to pay off any potential lawsuits he has with the family of Odin Lloyd or any others.

According to his fiancee Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez, the former New England Patriots TE left her with a $0 balance, which basically means she has some money and knows where it’s stashed at, but won’t be telling a single soul.

“Hernandez’s fiancée and her lawyer said in an affidavit filed Wednesday in probate court that Hernandez’s estate is currently worth “$0.00” with “no monies available and no identifiable personal assets.” The Boston Herald first reported on the affidavit.

But there is an offer to buy Hernandez’s house — worth nearly $1.3 million. The mother of a man Hernandez was convicted of killing in 2013 has filed a wrongful-death lawsuit seeking any proceeds from the sale. Odin Lloyd was a semi-professional football player who was dating the sister of Hernandez’s fiancée when he was fatally shot.

On Wednesday, the court approved a request by Hernandez’s fiancée, Shayanna Jenkins Hernandez, to expand her authority over the estate in order to sell the house. The pending sale price was not disclosed in court filings.

Jenkins Hernandez is seeking to preserve whatever she receives for the house to cover any damages awarded in the Lloyd case “and any potential future actions arising out of decedent’s death,” the court documents state.”

On Thursday, lawyers for Hernandez’s estate, as well as his fiancée and young daughter, wrote to prison officials asking them to please stop releasing information on the three suicide letters found.  They claim the dissemination of the information “continues to cause the family severe emotional distress during an already difficult period.”



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