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Ex-New England Patriot Player Aaron Hernandez’s Ex-Fiancée Accused Of Misspending Daughter’s Money For Personal Expenses

Aaron Hernandez Ex-Fiancée [Photo: USA Today]
Aaron Hernandez Ex-Fiancée [Photo: USA Today]

Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez, ex-fiancée of ex-New England Patriot player Aaron Hernandez, was accused of misspending their daughter’s money for her personal expenses. Jenkins-Hernandez allegedly spent thousands of dollars of the money meant for their daughter on online shopping, hair and nail salon appointments, and gym fees.

Hernandez Family with Aaron, Shayanna, and Avielle [Photo: iNews]

Hernandez Family with Aaron, Shayanna, and Avielle [Photo: iNews]

Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez, the ex-fiancée of ex-New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez, was accused of misspending thousands of dollars of the money meant for their daughter Avielle Hernandez, 10. According to Attorney David Schwartz, the trustee of the trust fund established for Avielle, Jenkins-Hernandez has misspent more than $100,000 on personal expenses like online shopping, hair and nail salon appointments, and gym fees. The most notable of these expenses included a $4,800 worth of expenses at Harrods Department store and $3,720 spent in Bay Path University, a private university in Massachusetts.

According to Fortier, Schwartz appeals to remove Jenkins-Hernandez as Avielle’s guardian. If this happens, Avielle’s new guardian would receive Aaron Hernandez’s Social Security checks and pension. They would also be responsible for determining how these funds will be spent. Avielle will have access to the money in her trust fund that currently amounts to around $700,000 only as she turns 25. However, Jenkins-Hernandez denied the allegations. Her lawyer, Stephen Withers, also said that the allegations are false.

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What Happened To Aaron Hernandez

Aaron Hernandez committed suicide in April 2017 in the prison where he was detained for murder. In 2013, Hernandez was arrested for the murder of semi-pro football player Odin Lloyd, the boyfriend of Jenkins-Hernandez’s sister. Hernandez was convicted two years after the murder and sentenced to life in prison without parole, as reported by Fortier.

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