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Aaron Hernandez's Fiancée Reveals Her Doubts About The Late NFL Star's Suicide To Dr. Phil

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Aaron Hernandez's fiancée has doubts about the NFL star's suicide.

As you surely know, the former New England Patriots tight end passed away in April as he killed himself while behind bars at the Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center. At the time of his death, the scandalized athlete was serving a life sentence for the murder of Odin Lloyd.

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And despite the fact that Aaron penned several suicide notes before taking his own life, it appears as though Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez thinks the footballer's letter to her could be fake. Whoa.

As we previously reported, Shayanna filmed a sit down with Dr. Phil — which is scheduled to air in two parts on Monday and Tuesday — where it's said she discussed everything from Aaron's rumored romantic life in prison to the last conversation they had.

On why she feels the suicide note may not be real, DailyMail.com reports Miz Jenkins-Hernandez told the TV doctor:

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Will The New England Patriots Have To Pay Out The Rest Of Aaron Hernandez's Contract Now That He's Technically Innocent? Get The Latest!

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Aaron Hernandez's prison suicide has unraveled a mess of legal confusion.

As we reported, a Massachusetts judge granted the request to erase the former NFL star's murder conviction that was still pending appeal, which means he technically died an innocent man.

Officials say the court had "no choice" but to honor the abatement doctrine on Tuesday — you know, innocent until proven guilty (or dead, apparently) — in the former athlete's appeal for the 2013 murder of Odin Lloyd.

This new development blitzed the New England Patriots with a potential problem, as the team might now be on the hook to pay out the remainder of Aaron's $6 million salary to his estate.

Related: Aaron's Rumored Prison Lover Breaks His Silence

The former athlete's attorney, Jose Baez, told TMZ his legal team is in talks with Hernandez's former agents to see how the abatement will affect his contract.

Baez says Hernandez's family is still grieving over his tragic suicide and are not rushing to take any specific action.

If the team were ordered to pay out the remaining sum, it would go to his beneficiary and fiancée Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez, who Aaron declared was "rich" in his suicide note to her.

Prosecutors have suggested that the ex-pro planned his suicide

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NFL Star Who Inspired The Blind Side Accused Of Assaulting An Uber Driver

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Sandra Bullock must be so disappointed reading this.

Michael Oher, the football star who inspired the 2009 flick The Blind Side, has been accused of assaulting an Uber driver in Nashville, TN. Uh oh.

Related: Aaron Hernandez's Lawyer Puts Massachusetts Authorities On Blast

According to ESPN, the employee for the ride sharing company claims the NFL star and four friends started arguing with him when they accused the driver of not knowing how to get to an undisclosed restaurant. Apparently, the 30-year-old and the driver continued to bicker upon arriving at the final destination. Both men then got out of the car, which is when things took a physical turn.

It's said the alleged incident took place back on April 14. An incident report noted:

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Aaron Hernandez's Lawyers File To Erase His Murder Conviction — But The D.A. Does NOT Plan On Letting Him Off The Hook!

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The late Aaron Hernandez will likely soon no longer be a convicted murderer.

According to the latest report, the ex-NFL star's legal team has already filed a motion to dismiss his 2015 conviction for the murder of Odin Lloyd.

Thanks to Massachusetts' rule of abatement ab initio, Hernandez dying before his appeals process had completed might require the state to automatically throw out his conviction.

Related: Hernandez's Body Tests Positive For Synthetic Marijuana K2

But the Bristol County District Attorney's office isn't planning on letting the deceased off so easily. They told TMZ Sports:

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Aaron Hernandez Was Bisexual, And That May Have Been Central Motive In His Murder Of Odin Lloyd

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It's been a whirlwind week reporting on the sudden, shocking suicide of former NFL star Aaron Hernandez, and now it's about to get even a little more eye-raising.

Apparently, allegations centering on Hernandez's sexuality go far deeper than just one gay jailhouse lover, and it's his long-time bisexual orientation that may have fueled the murder he committed several years ago of friend Odin Lloyd.

Related: Aaron's Murder Conviction Will Likely Be Vacated

According to multiple law enforcement sources talking to Newsweek, Lloyd

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Shade Or No Shade? Donald Trump Leaves Tom Brady's Name Out Of Speech Congratulating New England Patriots!

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Did Donald Trump take offense at Tom Brady skipping the New England Patriots White House visit?? It certainly seems that way.

The star QB said he was skipping because he was busy "attending to some personal matters" — which seems strange given how big an honor it is for the Super Bowl champs to be recognized by the POTUS.

Is it just because it's this POTUS?

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While Tom had previously kept his answers about supporting Trump diplomatic — they were friends after all — his absence is being read by many as a slight to the Prez.

And The Donald seems like he agrees. In his statement, he mentions several players by name but in all his talk of the big game, he doesn't once mention the team's leader.

Here's a clip of the speech, in which Trump is being his smarmy, self-aggrandizing self:

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Ex-NFL Star Aaron Hernandez's Murder Conviction Will Likely Be Vacated Following His Death

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Aaron Hernandez may've technically died an innocent man.

On Wednesday, it was reported that the former New England Patriots tight end's murder conviction will likely be dismissed posthumously because of a legal rule known as "abatement." Wait, seriously?

Related: Aaron's Lawyer Believes His Client May've Been Murdered!

In case you forgot, the ex-NFL star was serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole after he was convicted in 2015 for murdering Odin Lloyd. Sadly, the scandalized football player took his own life on April 19 as he hanged himself in his prison cell.

Shockingly, it's Aaron's apparent suicide which will clear his name. It's said a court will vacate Hernandez's conviction because his appeal was pending at the time of his death. Professor Rosanna Cavallaro of Suffolk University told CNN:

"The idea is that if an appeal hasn't happened, there's a chance that a conviction has an error in it. Rather than have someone with that incomplete decision that they're guilty, the state chooses instead to say that conviction is abated — as if it never had happened."

We can only imagine that many people have mixed feelings about this update…

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