Who is Aaron Hernandez’ gay Prison Lover?

Aaron Hernandez

Aaron Hernandez the former NFL star who played for the New England Patriots and who was found dead in his cell earlier this week allegedly left three suicide notes, one including for an unidentified man, said to be his inmate lover.

Hernandez who was serving a life in jail sentence for the 2013 death of Odin Lloyd he had been found not guilty of the 2012 double murder of Safiro Furtado and Daniel de Abreu less than a week earlier.

On that day, he was pictured blowing kisses to his 4-year-old daughter Avielle –born from his relationship to fiancée, Shayanna Jenkins.

Things seemed normal, at least for a man who is set to spend the rest of his life in prison.

Aaron Hernandez

Only thing is, shocking reports claim that, that’s what Aaron wanted everyone to think but instead, he had actually been planning his suicide for weeks.

The Daily Mail reports Hernandez even took precautionary measures to ensure his suicide will come to full term in case he had second thoughs at the last minute.

He not only jammed his cell door with cardboard pieces, he also covered the floor of his cell in soap to make sure he wouldn’t be able to save himself as he would slip around and not be able to land firmly on his feet.

Aaron Hernandez

The Daily Mail cites “well-placed source” revealed Hernandez left notes for his fiancée Shayanna Jenkins and his four-year-old daughter Avielle. He shockingly left a third note for an imamate –whom he apparently was in a romantic relationship with.

His “jailhouse lover,” who is yet to be named, is said to be the last person Hernandez spoke to before he carried on his suicide. The prison lover is currently on suicide watch himself.

Massachusetts District Attorney Joseph D. Early, Jr. in a statement said that according to an autopsy Hernandez died of ‘asphyxia by hanging.’ His body had been discovered by corrections officers at about 3:03 a.m.

Hernandez’s lawyer believes the former player may have been suffering from CTE caused by head injuries received during his football days.