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DMX on House Arrest After Failing Drug Tests

DMX on House Arrest After Failing Drug Tests

This week, DMX got in trouble with the law again. The Ruff Ryder tested positive for cocaine and pot several times while on out on bail in his tax evasion case.

DMX, whose legal name is Earl Simmons, showed up to court late wearing a blue tie-dyed Def Leopard T-shirt, to face off with Judge Jed Rakoff. Read on about DMX House Arrest

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Aaron Hernandez Sentenced To Life In Prison

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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:

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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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Aaron Hernandez Needs Transfer

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Aaron Hernandez Needs Transfer

Former New England Patriot star Aaron Hernandez should be moved to a jail closer to Boston because communication with his attorneys and his personal safety are being compromised, Hernandez’s lawyers said in a transfer request Friday.

CelebNMusic247.com has learned via 4UMF.com that Boston-based attorneys Michael Fee and James Sultan said Hernandez needs to be closer to them as he faces three murder charges in two different venues: Bristol County Superior Court in Fall River and Suffolk County Superior Court in Boston.

Fee and Sultan also complained their client has dealt with “bizarre and unprecedented” restrictions in his communications with his lawyers. Hernandez cannot always speak privately over the phone and in-person visits are limited to a specially-designated visitation room at the prison, they said.

They also accused the jail administrator, Sheriff Thomas M. Hodgson, of violating Hernandez’s due process rights and privacy rights.

The lawyers said Hodgson has colluded with Bristol District Attorney C. Samuel Sutter in the prosecution of the case, “abandoned” his duty to safely detain Hernandez while he awaits trial, and used Hernandez for “self-promotion and virtually non-stop publicity.”

The lawyers also suggested Hernandez’s safety is at risk now that he faces criminal charges for allegedly threatening to kill a prison guard and his family, and in an alleged jail altercation with another inmate. Hernandez has pleaded not guilty.

Hodgson said the comments from Hernandez’s lawyers were “outrageous.” He said Hernandez has had no issues with staff since allegedly making the threats to the correctional officer back in November.

“He’s not being treated any different than any person in that place,” Hodgson said. “I’m very comfortable with our practices. We are nationally accredited.”

Hodgson rejected the claim that Hernandez’s calls and face-to-face meetings with his lawyers are being monitored and said the notion that he is colluding with prosecutors or using Hernandez’s notoriety for his own personal gain are also without merit. He said Hernandez’s lawyers have already raised these complaints with his office about a month ago and that his office responded in writing.

A spokeswoman for Sutter said prosecutors will file a response in court at a later date.

Hernandez was in court in Fall River earlier this week as his lawyers sought to limit evidence against him in the slaying of former semi-professional football player Odin Lloyd in an industrial park near Hernandez’s North Attleborough home. Defense attorneys also sought to have the murder charges dismissed outright.

The judge has yet to rule on those motions, but she has set a tentative trial date of Oct. 6.

Hernandez is set to appear in court in Boston next week in the 2012 drive-by shooting that killed Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado.

Hernandez has pleaded not guilty to all three killings.

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