Late American football player, Aaron Hernandez, who used to own a million dollar house, was valued penniless at the time of death. He was serving a life sentence for murdering Odin Lloyd in 2013, and all his fortune was used in legal processing.
Aaron Hernandez was the known as an American football tight end in the National Football League (NFL). He played for New England Patriots and was recognized as one of the best tight ends in the league.
What's Aaron Hernandez's Net Worth At Death?
The Former NFL star, Aaron Hernandez, who was found dead in his prison cell, had only $50 thousand net worth at death while his estimated value was $0.
As per the document obtained by the Boston Herald, he had worthless property. On 28 April 2017, Aaron's former house was listed for sale for $1.3 million. As per the Boston Globe, the home was later sold to real estate investor in November 2017.
Back in 2012, Aaron signed a 7-year-contract of worth $39,582,000 with The Patriots. The deal included a $12,500,000 signing bonus, that was to be paid out over seven years. Also, in the contract, he was dealt to be taken in the 2018-2019th season. Similarly, he was given a salary of $540,000 and $2,550,000 as his signing bonus.
But, the Patriots released him within 90 minutes of his arrest at North Attleboro, Massachusetts as he was charged for a double murder in Boston. The documentary Aaron Hernandez Uncovered by Oxygen premiered in March 2017, which depicts the never heard facts about Aaron.
Aaron's Suicide Note; Urged Fiancée To Reveal Full Story Of Him!
On 19 April 2017, Aaron Hernandez was discovered lifeless in his prison cell after he committed suicide by hanging. As confirmed by cheatsheet.com, Aaron was not acquitted for the double murder of Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado. However, he was serving life imprisonment for the 2013th Odin Lloyd's Murder.
After he was found dead, there were conspiracy theories, which suggested that it was a murder, but as of now, no evidence has come to light. Meanwhile, in August 2018, Aaron’s attorney Jose Baez revealed about the mystery of his suicide. They found the three suicide notes that Aaron kept in the book Unnecessary Roughness: Inside the Trial and Final Days of Aaron Hernandez. In the three notes found after Aaron's death, he addressed his fiancée Shayanna Jenkins, daughter Avielle Jenkins-Hernandez and his attorney Jose Baez.
As written in a suicide note for Shayanna, he urged her to tell all his story fully but never think anything besides how much he love to her. After his death, the 2015th conviction in Odin Lloyd's killing in 2013 was totally erased. Aaron was a father of a young daughter, Avielle, born to fiancée Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez in November 2012.
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Aaron Hernandez and his fiancée Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez (Photo: Instagram)
After one year of his death on 19 April 2018, Shayanna expressed her emotion of losing him in an Instagram photo, where the two captured a cozy shot. Meanwhile, she thanked Aaron for allowing to share and create memories.
Her fiancée, on the other hand, announced that she is pregnant with her second daughter on 22 May 2018 but is yet to reveal about his partner.
Son of Terri Hernandez and Dennis Hernandez, Aaron Hernandez was born as Aaron Michael Hernandez on 6 November 1989 in Bristol, Connecticut. He had a brother named D. J. Hernandez
Aaron stood at the height of 1.88 m (6' 2") and weighed around 245 pounds. He attended the Bristol Central High School and played basketball for the high school team.
Facts That You Can't-Miss About Aaron
Here are few facts to know about Aaron Hernandez:
- In the second episode of Aaron Hernandez Uncovered on 17 March 2018, his attorney, George Leontire disclosed that he was gay. And the fact that prosecutors were trying to use his sexuality, made Aaron "very concerned." He revealed that “His biggest concern about his sexuality was how it would impact Shayanna [His fiancee] and somehow diminish — in her eyes — the tremendous love that he felt for her. Here’s a man who happened to be gay who loved a woman.”
- Aaron Hernandez was depressed and had a frustrating year as his father died during complications from routine hernia surgery.
- Before Aaron committed suicide, he was reportedly suffering from the degenerative brain disease CTE.