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Aaron Hernandez Reportedly Left 3 Suicide Notes Behind – 1 for His Fiancé, 1 for His Daughter and One for His Gay Prison Lover

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From thug life to gay life… That’s the legacy left behind by one dead NFL star.

According to a recent report, Aaron Hernandez planned to kill himself several weeks before he was found hanging from sheets in his prison cell.

The site reports that Hernandez left three suicide notes behind for the three most important people in his life.

One for his fiancé, one for his daughter and one for his “gay jailhouse lover.”

Daily Mail reports:

Sources close to the investigation tell DailyMail.com that the third letter was written to Hernandez’s gay prison lover, who has not been identified but was believed to be the last person Hernandez spoke to before he took his own life.

Now that man is currently under “eyeball to eyeball” suicide watch.

The notes were discovered next to a Bible opened to John 3:16, the same verse that Hernandez had written across his forehead in marker.

That verse reads: “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.”

This comes as DailyMail.com learned exclusively on Thursday that Hernandez was planning his suicide for weeks.

The former football star even gave away most of his personal belongings to fellow inmates and covered the floor of his cell in soap, according to a well-placed source. If he lost his nerve, he wouldn’t be able to save himself as he would slip around and not be able to land firmly on his feet.

“Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Henry N. Nields performed an autopsy on Mr. Hernandez on Wednesday and concluded today that the manner of death was suicide and the cause asphyxia by hanging,” stated Massachusetts District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr. in a statement on Thursday.

“An investigation into the death by the State Police Detectives assigned to the District Attorney’s Office and Department of Correction investigators found cardboard jammed into the door tracks of his single-inmate cell to impede entry into the cell.”

The report went on to state: “There were no signs of a struggle, and investigators determined that Mr. Hernandez was alone at the time of the hanging.

“Mr. Hernandez was locked in his cell about 8 p.m. and no one entered the cell until a correction officer observed him at 3:03 a.m. and forced his way through the impeded door to render aid.”

I still don’t believe he killed himself, wrote the notes or anything else for that matter…

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