A former inmate who claims he was Aaron Hernandez & # 39; prison lover said the former soccer star was his "right hand" and they "did everything together".
Kyle Kennedy, who previously claimed to be Hernandez & # 39; friend of the prison, first talks about his relationship with the convicted murderer in a television interview.
Kennedy describes Hernandez as "the [most loyal] person I have ever met," claiming that they would sell and take drugs together throughout their time in prison and that the close end of the former New England Patriots allowed four murders of him .
“Aaron killed himself, you know, that was my right hand. We used to do everything together, ”Kennedy said in an interview he did when he was in prison.
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Kyle Kennedy claims he was Aaron Hernadez & # 39; prison lover and they "did everything together"
Aaron Hernandez & # 39; alleged prison lover has claimed that the late NFL star pictured is his "right man" and they "did everything together". Kyle Kennedy said the convicted murderer Hernandez also approved a double murder for which he was acquitted in 2017
The full interview will be broadcast on July 5 as part of the upcoming Reelz special Aaron Hernandez: Jailhouse Lover Tells All.
According to People, Kennedy says that the couple would "lock themselves in either cooking or smoking, getting high, listening to music, just relaxing when we didn't want to be with other people."
"We used to write letters to each other all day," he says.
"We sold drugs every day, we took drugs every day."
Hernandez was convicted of murder in 2015 for the death of Odin Lloyd, a semi-professional soccer player who was with Hernandez's sister & # 39; fiancé.
He was already serving a life sentence for this murder at Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center when two others acquitted him in 2017.
The prosecutor's office claimed that in 2012 Hernandez shot Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado after a confrontation in a nightclub.
Despite acquittal, he committed suicide five days later in April 2017 at the age of 27.
"You never really saw it when you looked at him because he was obviously worried. He was worried about the result because his lawyers told him," If you defeat these two cases, you will turn the other you are after Go home, "says Kennedy in the new television interview.
Kennedy's first television interview will air on Reelz on July 5
Kyle Kennedy was interviewed for the first time when he was in prison
Super Bowl winner Hernandez [left] spent three years with the New England Patriots before being arrested in 2013 for the first of three murder charges. His alleged prison friend said he sold drugs while serving a life sentence in 2013 for murdering Odin Lloyd
"That was put in his head and he kept saying:" We can create that, we can make it happen. "He had convinced himself that he would defeat these two murders even though he told me he was guilty."
Kennedy, a former armed robber who saw Hernandez as one of the last living, claims the football star told him that he was responsible for the deaths of Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado in 2012.
"It was an argument, he didn't feel he respected him," Kennedy claims.
He said they waited three or four hours at a parking garage on the street. He knew what kind of car they were in.
"He had already told me that he saw them go by, he stopped next to them. He just wanted to kill the one child in the passenger seat.
& # 39; He said he shot him in the head and he saw his friend blow over his friend. He thought it was funny. & # 39;
Hernandez served a life sentence in the murder of Odin Lloyd, a semi-professional soccer player who was with Hernandez's sister & # 39; fiancé
Hernandez was not found guilty of first degree murder in the murders of Daniel de Abreu [left] and Safiro Furtado [right]. Prosecutors alleged that Hernandez shot de Abreu and Furtado in a nightclub after a confrontation in 2012, and his prison friend claims he admitted it
Kennedy also claims that his sexual relationship with Hernandez began shortly after he arrived at the Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center in Lancaster, Massachusetts.
"[We had sex] once or twice a week whenever there was a good opportunity," he said in the interview.
Super Bowl winner Hernandez spent three years with the New England Patriots before being arrested in 2013 for the first of three murder charges.
The patriots terminated his $ 40 million contract and he never returned to the NFL.
His murder conviction was resumed in March 2019 in a comprehensive Massachusetts Supreme Court ruling that overrides the legal principle that, in the eyes of the law, made the former NFL star innocent after killing himself in prison.
Doctors later found that 27-year-old Hernandez had advanced CTE to a level previously unseen in someone who was so young.