Aaron Hernandez Draws Nude Women Photos in Jail

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How does Aaron Hernandez pass the time in jail?  Aaron Hernandez doodles naked women.

Aaron Hernandez Doodles The former NFL tight end has reportedly using his artistic talents drawing naked big-bootied ladies.

According to TMZ.com, Hernandez  sent a  letter which contained one of his sketches to a male penpal right before Thanksgiving … and after going on about how he’s still innocent, and still not sweating the murder charge yada, yada, yada … he punctuated his letter with a sketch of a Kardashianesque nude.

The sketch included a caption: “Dats a bad bitch lol.”
Hernandez was indicted by a grand jury on August 22, 2013, for the murder of Odin Lloyd, and is currently being investigated in connection with other murders in both Florida and Massachusetts.

“>Hernandez maintains his innocence.  The Patriots released Aaron Hernandez on June 26, 2013, shortly after officers from the North Attleboro, Massachusetts Police Department and the Massachusetts State Police arrested him at his home.
none;”>Selected in the 4th round of the 2010 NFL draft by the New England Patriots (113th overall).
At first he committed to play for the University of Connecticut.
Aaron Hernandez has been dating Shayanna Jenkins since 2007.
Hernandez and Jenkins have a daughter, Avielle Janelle, who was born in November 2012.

Aaron Hernandez -The aftermath of his legal issues:

CytoSport and Puma canceled their endorsement deals with Hernandez; Puma canceled its deal after Hernandez’s arrest, while CytoSport canceled its deal a few days prior.

EA Sports announced that Hernandez’s likeness would be dropped from its NCAA Football 14 and Madden NFL 25 video games.

A prize-winning photo of Hernandez from his rookie season at the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, was removed after visitor complaints.

Panini America, a sports memorabilia and trading card company, removed stickers of Hernandez from approximately 500,000 sticker books which had yet to be sent to collectors and replaced the stickers, as well as trading cards, with cards depicting Tim Tebow.

The University of Florida removed Hernandez’s name and likeness from various locations at its football facilities.

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