The case of Aaron Hernandez's suicide just keeps getting more complicated.
Shortly after his death on April 19, several inmates told authorities the former New England Patriot might have been high on synthetic marijuana.
According to law enforcement sources speaking to Newsweek, the autopsy did indeed show traces of K2.
Subsequently, State Police did a thorough search of the entire Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center on Monday, looking the liquid marijuana, which can be smuggled into prison soaked into scraps of paper or letters.
Department of Corrections sources point out how unusual it is for State Troopers to come in and perform a search inside a prison; Internal Affairs were even involved, leading many to believe a bigger investigation into Hernandez's death and the prison itself is going on.
One thing investigators already found that wasn't on the up-and-up? It seems a corrections officer missed a round of surveillance at 2 a.m. — and Hernandez was found dead at 3:03 a.m. That officer has since been "detached with pay." Hmmm…
The prison is reportedly on lockdown as the investigation continues.
As you surely know, the airline is still struggling with the backlash they received when aviation officers forcibly dragged a man, named Dr. David Dao, off one of their flights. This fallout has even affected the company's presence at the Tribeca Film Festival, where they serve as one of the signature partners of the fest.
Apparently, the airline has pulled a 30-second ad which had been playing before several film screenings since the opening of the festival on April 19. It's said audiences couldn't help but laugh at the commercial for United Airlines' Polaris Business Class as it painted the company as a doting, luxurious form of travel.
On Monday night's "A Closer Look," Meyers pointed out that Trump has failed to live up to virtually all of his "100 day contract" campaign promises, including his signature grandiose vow to build a border wall and make Mexico pay for it.
The late night host then went off on the President's recent AP interview, which was riddled with "unintelligible" babblings and Trump brags — like how he just learned about the different factions within the Republican party. (Way to go, Donny! Want a juice box and some chocolate cake?)
Ch-ch-check out the clip (below) for Meyers' breakdown on Trump's 100 days report card!
Emma Watson has always been known for being private, and she works hard to maintain that!
The actress reiterated her stance on securing her private life in the latest issue of Interview Magazine, telling Jessica Chastain that it means a lot to her to protect intimate details from the public.
"Dan[iel Radcliffe], Rupert [Grint], and I were kids when we got cast in this fairy-tale series, and what happened to us was kind of a fantasy story in itself. So the story of my life has been of public interest, which is why I've been so passionate about having a private identity. When I step into a character, people have to be able to suspend their disbelief; they have to be able to divorce me from that girl. And not having everyone know every single intimate detail of my entire life is part of me trying to protect my ability to do my job well."
Well, she's definitely doing a good job of that! We don't even know who she's dating! And she NEVER gets into any messy shenanigans!
The 27-year-old added that her privacy is especially important to her because she often gets overwhelmed by the pressures of fame, saying:
But apparently there is more evidence proving that the former New England Patriots player did have a very close relationship with fellow convict Kyle Kennedy (above), who was reportedly the last person to see him alive.
According to a new DailyMail.com report, the family of the 22-year-old inmate (who is serving 3 to 5 years for armed robbery) received a $50,000 watch from Hernandez the day before he hanged himself in his cell last Wednesday.