Aaron Hernandez's lawyer is speaking out on reports claiming the late athlete left a suicide letter for a gay prison lover.
As we've told you, the convicted NFL star supposedly left behind three notes before hanging himself from his prison cell last week — one of which was allegedly addressed to another prisoner he'd been intimate with. The other two were said to be written to his fiancée, Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez, and the couple's four-year-old daughter Avielle.
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Speaking to TMZ on Monday, Jose Baez denied such rumors:
"Rumors of letters to a gay lover, in or out of prison, are false. These are malicious leaks used to tarnish somebody who is dead."
And as far as if he believes Aaron's death was suicidal or murder, he added:
Caitlyn Jenner's media rounds continue.
As you know, the 67-year-old's tell-all, The Secrets of My Life, is already making waves and it hasn't even been released yet — and on Friday night, the reality star's second sit-down interview with Diane Sawyer airs on ABC at 10 p.m. EST.
During the special edition of 20/20, the former Olympian clears the air on a number of issues — including her views on same-sex marriage and Donald Trump.
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Two years ago, Miz Jenner sent a very confusing message about not supporting gay marriage while appearing on Ellen… so Diane gave Cait the opportunity to clear that up, to which she clarified:
Ellen DeGeneres is out and proud!
To many viewers that's not news, however, twenty years ago it was a VERY big deal. In case you forgot, back in 1997, Miz DeGeneres shocked fans when she came out as gay and subsequently made her character on her ABC sitcom (Ellen) interested in women too.
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The two part episode, titled The Puppy Episode, originally aired on April 30 in '97 and opened doors for more inclusive content on TV. So, it's no wonder the funny lady is celebrating this milestone moment with an hour long special at the end of the month. And the 59-year-old is pulling out all of the stops as she'll be joined on camera with none other than Oprah Winfrey herself.
As you may recall, Oprah played a major part in Ellen's coming out process as
Kelly Osbourne isn't gay, but she certainly isn't straight either.
For a candid chat with PrideSource, the Fashion Police alum revealed that she identifies as being sexually fluid. Oooh, go on.
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The frank conversation first started out with the 32-year-old expressing her frustrations with celebs who've faked being gay in order to get attention. Miz Osbourne passionately explained: