Two people showed up to Aaron Hernandez’s murder trial in his jersey (photo)


Jun 26, 2013; North Attleborough, MA, USA; James H. Sullivan courthouse is seen following the arraignment of former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez. Mandatory Credit: Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports

There wasn’t anything out of the ordinary today during the hearing for Aaron Hernandez.

The former New England Patriots tight end pleaded not guilty and that was essentially the essence of the hearing, give or take a few small details.

What was of interest though were two people (relationship unknown) who decided it would be a good idea to show up and sit in the court room wearing a Hernandez jersey.

One of the two became overly loud and was warned by a police officer that he needed to bet quiet.

Per Wesley Lowery:

Among those sitting in courtroom seats saved for the public: at least two ppl in Hernandez jerseys. pic.twitter.com/Q2RTelS33m

Police officer has to warn women in Hernandez jersey in courtroom to be quiet. “Do not talk.”

The ‘fans’ (I guess) were sitting in reserved seats for the public.

They weren’t the only supporters who showed up though as a woman in a homemade jersey (some fan, lol) decided to appear outside along with one of Hernandez’s pen pal’s.

I’m guessing he didn’t inform Hernandez he was making bank off the former NFL talent.


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