Ex-inmate claims he was Aaron Hernandez’s prison lover

Saturday - 27/06/2020 21:13
Aaron Hernandez; Kyle Kennedy Pool/AP; Facebook
Aaron Hernandez; Kyle Kennedy Pool/AP; Facebook
Kennedy also said: “We sold drugs every day, we did drugs every day.”

A former inmate who claims he was disgraced NFL star Aaron Hernandez’s lover in prison is opening up about their alleged affair, describing in a television interview how they “did everything together” — from selling drugs to cooking food.

Kyle Kennedy, who allegedly shared a cell with 27-year-old Hernandez at a maximum-security prison in Massachusetts, tells the REELZ channel that the late New England Patriots tight end was “the most [loyal] person I’ve ever met,” People magazine reported.  Hernandez committed suicide in 2017.

“Aaron killed himself, you know that was my right-hand man. We used to do everything together,” Kennedy continues in the salaciously titled “Aaron Hernandez: Jailhouse Lover Tells All,” set to air next Sunday at 8 p.m.

Kennedy claimed he and Hernandez would “lock in to either cook food or smoke, get high, listen to music, just chill when we didn’t want to be around other people… We used to write letters back and forth to each other all day.”

Kennedy also said: “We sold drugs every day, we did drugs every day.”

After Hernandez’s death, an unidentified inmate told authorities: “Well [Hernandez] spent the last two days smoking K2 [a synthetic marijuana] in his cell and he wasn’t in the right frame of mind.”

Toxicology results, however, found no drugs in Hernandez’s system when he died.

Hernandez was serving a life sentence for the 2013 killing of Odin Lloyd, the boyfriend of his fiancee’s sister. He had been acquitted of murder charges in the 2012 deaths of Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado, who were killed over a spilled drink in a nightclub.

Kennedy has spilled the beans before on his ex-cellmate. He served as the main source for the 2019 book “Aaron Hernandez’s Killing Fields” by Dylan Howard, formerly of the National Enquirer.

In the book, Kennedy claimed Hernandez admitted to four murders but didn’t identify himself as Hernandez’s lover.

“He would just always, all the time joke around saying, ‘I got four bodies.’” Kennedy said in the book.

Kennedy took Hernandez, a former Pro Bowler, to be referring to Lloyd, de Abreu, Furtado and Jordan Miller, who was killed shortly before Lloyd in an apparent case of misidentification.

The REELZ interview comes on the heels of the runaway Netflix doc hit, “Killer Inside” which explored Hernandez’s childhood — the star grew up in an abusive household, dominated by an alcoholic and homophobic father – and his alleged homosexuality.


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