Tuesday, 25 April 2017

Photo: The 22-Year-Old Prison Lover Aaron Hernandez's Willed A $50K Watch To

The mystery prisoner who  Aaron Hernandez wrote to before his shocking suicide is a 22-year-old man jailed for a knife point robbery at a gas station near his home, DailyMail.com exclusively reveal.

Kyle Kennedy was the last person to see the former New England Patriot alive and is now on suicide watch inside the maximum security Souza-Baranowski Corrections Center, sources say.

He is the man to whom Hernandez gave a $50,000 watch and other property shortly before he took his life.

Last week Hernandez, 27, who was found dead hanging from a bed sheet in his cell early on Wednesday morning last week, left three suicide notes.

One was addressed to his fiancée Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez, the second to their four-year-old daughter Avielle and the third to a prisoner, who high level prison sources described as his prison lover.

That man is Kennedy, the son of a businessman from Uxbridge, Massachusetts, close to the Rhode Island state line, the sources reveal.

When approached at his home at the end of a leafy cul-de-sac, Kennedy's stepmother Deborah, refused to comment and drove in through the automatic gates.

Within minutes his father Matthew, 42, ran out of the home, which is set on more than four acres of land, and furiously berated a DailyMail.com team sitting on a public road outside his house, yelling: 'Get the f**k away and don't f**king come back.'

Court documents show that Kennedy's own father accused him of using heroin. Daily Mail.com has also leaned the 22-year-old in 2012 was sentenced to nine months for trafficking heroin in 2012 and a year for heroin possession in 2013.

Attempts to reach Kennedy's mother, Cindy Curving Kennedy, were unsuccessful.

CBS's Boston affiliate reported that Hernandez had given his jailhouse lover's family a $50,000 watch before his suicide. The station did not say which member of the family received the watch.

Kyle Kennedy was arrested in January 2015 for an early morning robbery at a Cumberland Farms gas station in Northbridge, Massachusetts. He was wearing a black mask and carrying 'a long butcher-style knife,' according to a report in the local Milford Daily News.  He got away with just $189.

He then led police on a high speed chase and after being arrested ran out of the police station in an attempted escape.

After being stopped by police officer Peter Bates, Kennedy drove his red sedan off at speeds of up to 110 mph on Route 146 near his home town, court documents show.

'The sedan drove down the off ramp of the exit, Bates said, striking several signs and scraping the side of the guardrail,' before he was finally nabbed.

(Daily Mail)

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