Aaron Hernandez' left suicide notes for his fiancee, child, and gay lover

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Aaron Hernandez made headlines when he committed suicide in his own prison cell, but a few days after that, a new revelation has been exposed.

Apparently, the NFL star who was found guilty of murder is a bisexual. In fact, the claim suggested that he has several male lovers.

The 27-year-old athlete left a note on his so-called "prison boyfriend." According to RadarOnline, is was directly addressed to his lover, who has the possibility of committing suicide as well.

Hernandez has been married to Shayanna Jenkins and they have a 4-year-old daughter together. However, reports suggest that the NFL player had a history of a love affair with his male high school classmate. Speculations claim that the relationship's confidentiality is the reason why he committed murder in 2013.

The murder victim is Odin Lloyd, one of Hernandez' friend and semi-pro football athlete. The incident caused the star his career and a $40 million contract extension.

The motive for the killing was not confirmed, however, the cops authorities believe that the victim has damaging information against Hernandez that he doesn;t want to get out. According to several reports, Lloyd knew his pal's bisexuality and he fears that it will be made known to the public.

As for the lover, the 27-year-old unnamed high school love affair has already testified before the grand jury. Allegedly, Hernandez left a huge fortune for the anonymous lover prior to his arrest for murdering Lloyd.

The muscle-bound former New England Patriots lifeless body was found on a Wednesday morning after he hanged himself to death using a bed sheet in his prison.

The controversial suicide note addressed to his lover is just one of three other notes found in his cell. The other two, on the other hand, are for Jenkins and his 4-year-old child.

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