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Aaron Hernandez Placed On Suicide Watch

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Aaron Hernandez Placed On Suicide Watch!?!

Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez Placed On Suicide Watch after receiving the news that he’ll be calling prison home.

On Wednesday we reported that Aaron Hernandez was found guilty and convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

CelebNMusic247.com has learned that the former NFL baller is currently being held at MCI Cedar Junction in Massachusetts. He will stay there until he’s transferred to Souza-Baranowkis prison in Shirley, Mass.


According to reports, a suicide watch is not uncommon in situations such as this when an inmate has just been hit with a heavy sentence.

Hernandez has also been isolated for the general inmate population, for his protection as a high-profile inmate and to help prison officials evaluate him and determine where he will stay once he reaches his permanent home.

Hernandez was convicted of first-degree murder of semi-professional player Odin Lloyd. He also faces charges for a separate double-homicide in Boston that occurred in 2012.

The former football pro was also found guilty on weapons charges. Jurors deliberated for 36 hours over seven days before rendering their verdict.

For reasons that were never made clear to the jury, Lloyd was shot six times in the middle of the night on June 17, 2013, in a deserted industrial park near Hernandez’s home in North Attleborough.

In addttion to the heart wrenching news that has put Aaron Hernandez in the hospital, Tim Tebow’s parents will be sending out some serious prayers for the former NFL’er with a huge football career ahead of him via a rep for the Bob Tebow Evangelistic Association.

Aaron and Tim were teammates at the University of Florida and Tim considered Aaron a good friend at the time.

A rep for the BTEA who tells us the Hernandez trial has been a hot topic at the association headquarters in Jacksonville … and the decision was made to pray for Aaron’s soul.

“I can tell you that the situation has been mentioned by some people in the office the last few days and I know that Bob and Pam and the entire Tebow family haven’t said much … but they will absolutely be praying for Aaron Hernandez.”
The rep continued, “We will actually dedicate a prayer to Hernandez on Tuesday.”

The family of Odin Lloyd will also be a target for prayer — with the rep saying:

“We can be praying for [Hernandez] as well as all affected from the situation.”

The rep added:

“The Tebows are the real deal. They truly care about people and always want the best for everybody.”

We have to admit Aaron was one of the hottest looking players on the Patriots field, it’s truly sad he threw his life away. No words can describe. Murder and violence gets you nowhere quit.

Ladies we have to say goodbye  to this beautiful man and those abs:


He’s gonna make some man behind bars very happy. #NoShade Just being honest.

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Aaron Hernandez Sentenced To Life In Prison


Aaron Hernandez Sentenced To Life In Prison!!!

BREAKING: It’s official Aaron Hernandez Sentenced To Life In Prison for the murder in the first degree of Odin Lloyd which took place in his Aaron Hernandez home.

We are actually shocked that he got life in prison. Can you believe he went from NFL fame with the New England Patriots and threw it all away landing life in prison?

We had previously reported that Aaron Hernandez tattoo’s contained clues to murder, but Boston PD were able to tie in Hernandez to the murder with text messages and phone calls on his cellphone.

CelebNMusic247.com has this report via CNN:


Former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez looked on impassively Wednesday as he was sentenced to life without the possibility of parole, a new low for a young man who once enjoyed a $40 million pro-football contract and now stands convicted in the 2013 murder of onetime friend Odin Lloyd.

Hernandez, 25, appeared to shake his head “no” earlier as jurors in the Massachusetts trial found him guilty of first-degree murder. He was also found guilty of unlawful possession of a firearm and unlawful possession of ammunition.

At trial, the defense team described Lloyd, a former semi-pro football player, as Hernandez’s “bluntmaster” — his purveyor of marijuana — and his future brother-in-law. But in victim impact statements, Lloyd’s relatives portrayed him as a loving son and protective brother, as a man who rode his bike 10 miles to work and wore the same flip-flops for 12 years

The former NFL star, who will not be eligible for parole, was sentenced to life for the murder of Odin Lloyd.

All you could hear was sniffles as there wasn’t a dry eye in the courtroom as Lloyd’s family gave their emotional victim impact statements

Lloyd’s sister, Olivia Thibou, told the court:

“These last couple of years have been the hardest time of my life. At the age of 25, I was asked to write my brother’s eulogy. It was the hardest thing I have ever done in my life.

Then a teary-eyed Ursula Ward, Lloyd’s mother, went next, saying:

“Odin was my only son.”

“The day I laid my son to rest, I felt like I wanted to go into the hole with my son, Odin.”

Ward continued:

“I will never get to have grandchildren from my son.”

“I will never get to dance at his wedding. I will never again get to hear him say, ‘Ma, you’re beautiful, I love you.’ I forgive the hands of the people who had a hand in my son’s murder,” she said. “I pray and hope that someday, other people will forgive them also.”

Let us not forget Aaron Hernandez is due back in court later this year for a 2012 double murder which he can appeal his conviction.


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