Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez is spilling her guts in a special two-part Dr. Phil that premiered Monday. Hernandez was acquitted of those crimes on Friday, but was found hanged in his prison cell early Wednesday, April 19, 2017, where he was serving a life sentence in the 2013 killing of semi-professional football player Odin Lloyd. Further publicized details pertaining to his death indicate that Hernandez also shoved cardboard into his cell door to make it more hard for guards to enter his cell.
His death has been ruled a suicide by the Worcester district attorney's office and the case closed. The couple never married, but Jenkins Hernandez legally took his last name.
A suicide note from Aaron Hernandez to Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez.
She said he never talked to her about suicide.
One note was written to his fiancée (Jenkins-Hernandez), one note was written to his 4-year-old daughter, but it's still unclear for whom the third note was written. "We were going up a ladder to a positive direction", she said.
"I did see that it was address to Shay instead of babe, or bae, the way he would refer me as..." Because Hernandez's initial appeal was still pending when he died, the conviction was vacated last week.
She opens up about his suicide and the note he left behind.
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"Someone is in the wrong somewhere and I want answers", Jenkins Hernandez said. "I would have gotten him help, I would have told someone", she said.
"He definitely was emotional and we had talks about encouragement", Jenkins-Hernandez said.
"I honestly don't think that we said "I love you" to each other", Jenkins Hernandez said.
Asked if Avielle understood her father was a convicted murderer, or even that she was visiting him in prison, Jenkins-Hernandez said they always kept the visits positive.
"It screamed love, but it wasn't personal. I can read it over and over again and still in the same place as when I first read it", Jenkins Hernandez said. "I think that if he would have done something like this, it would have been at his worst, and I felt like we were, like it was looking so bright", Jenkins-Hernandez said. "'I can't wait to sleep in the bed with you guys and hold you and love you.'" She called the final conversation they had "completely normal", and thus the suicide news came as an utter shock. "And that was it", she said.
Immediately following, McGraw asked if she would have known about any gang connections, to which she replied that she probably would not have. She thought daddy was at work. It wasn't intimate.... There were some odd parts where It didn't make sense.