More details have surfaced surrounding the night of José Fernández's fatal boat accident.
Marlins outfielder Marcell Ozuna told the publication:
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It looks like Aaron Hernandez might be able to cross one thing off his growing list of legal troubles!
The New England Patriots tight end was sued just last week after Alexander S. Bradley accused the NFL player of shooting him in the face outside of a night club in Palm Beach and leaving him for dead!
In most cases, having your name linked to attempted murder isn't exactly great news. But apparently Alex has been very uncooperative with the police and seemingly picked Aaron's name out of thin air after initially refusing to point out an assailant, which is causing some to question his credibility!
In fact, Palm Beach County Sheriff's Department reportedly have NO plans to name the footballer as a suspect or even a person of interest due to the victim's behavior and lack of hard evidence, but there's still a slight possibility that could change!
It looks like Aaron may have dodged a bullet for now (no pun intended!), but he STILL has to deal with an investigation after he was linked to a possible homicide that took place about a mile away from his home!
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