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Serena Williams Confirms She ACCIDENTALLY Revealed Her Pregnancy News On Snapchat!

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Oopsie!

As you surely know, last week Serena Williams leaked her pregnancy news as she took to Snapchat to share a pic of herself at 20 weeks. However, not long after the photo went live, the tennis champ deleted it from the social media app.

Why?? Well, because the Olympic gold medalist wasn't quite ready to share her happy news with the world!

Related: Serena Slams Tennis Vet Over Racist Remark About Her Baby

In fact, Miz Williams' pregnancy announcement was a total accident. On Tuesday, Serena chatted with Gayle King at the TED conference in Vancouver, where she revealed:

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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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Teen Killed In Horrific Accident At College Hammer Throw Event

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An Illinois college freshman was tragically killed at a track and field event after being accidentally hit by a hammer during the hammer throw.

Ethan Roser was volunteering at the Saturday afternoon competition held at Wheaton College. He was tasked with marking the distances of the thrown hammers — 16 pound metal balls (8.8lbs for women throwers) attached to a grip through a steel wire.

During warm-ups, the 19-year-old was standing near the area where the metal balls were landing when he was struck in the head by an errant hammer.

Related: Happy Days Cast Remembers Erin Moran Following Her Passing

Roser was immediately transported to Good Samaritan Hospital where he was pronounced dead. He had transferred to the school in January and had planned to become a minister.

Roser's father, Reverend Mark Roser, maintained a grief stricken, faith-based reaction to the devastating loss of his son, saying in a statement:

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The Patriots' Turnout To Meet Barack Obama Vs. Donald Trump Says It ALL! See The Pics!

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SAD!

Wow. The Patriots' turnout to visit the White House and meet with Donald Trump on Wednesday was smaller than we even imagined!

As we reported, Tom Brady announced he would not be attending due to "personal family matters," but he wasn't alone. Including the star athlete, 34 of the team's players were noticeably absent!!

Related: Celebs React To Bill O'Reilly's Fox News Departure

While not all of them skipped out for political reasons, a handful definitely did as it was previously said Devin McCourty, LeGarrette Blount, Alan Branch, Chris Long, and Martellus Bennett would not make it to the Super Bowl ceremony.

If you think HALF the football team passing up on this opportunity isn't unusual, just ch-ch-check out the comparison pic of the Patriots' visit when Barack Obama was still president in 2015 compared to Drumpf's (below):

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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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