Attorney for Kyle Kennedy, Aaron Hernandez's Alleged Lover, Confirms a Suicide Note WAS Left for Him -- Requests Judge to Release It

Aaron Hernandez’s attorney said yesterday that Aaron Hernandez did NOT leave a suicide note for his alleged lover, 22-year-old Kyle Kennedy.

That seems to have been a lie. An attorney representing 22-year-old Kyle Kennedy confirmed that one of the three notes Aaron left behind WAS indeed addressed to him.

A New Bedford Superior Court judge ordered investigators to release copies of the notes to the former Hernandez’s family, less than an hour before his funeral Monday. Kyle’s lawyer is requesting that he receives a copy as well.

via CBS Boston:

“My client is obviously saddened by the loss of his friend Aaron Hernandez,” Larry Army Jr. said in a statement. “We will be requesting that the letter be turned over to my client as soon as possible.”

The WBZ I-Team reported last week that Hernandez gave Kennedy’s family a watch worth about $50,000. Sources also tell the I-Team Kennedy was the last person to see Hernandez alive the night before his suicide.

Kennedy was moved to a protective unit after Hernandez’s death, but his lawyer says that was a standard precaution and he did not exhibit any “risky behavior.”

And the story continues…

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