Aaron Hernandez’s 2nd Letter From Jail Surfaces

Aaron Hernandez's 2nd Letter From Jail SurfacesAaron Hernandez has written another letter from prison, and TMZ has obtained and published his correspondence.

‘Everything happens for a reason’

This is the content of the letter:

“Thanks for the support and it means a lot! This will all come to an end and there is a reason god [sic] put me thru [sic] this. Everything happens for a reason. Thanks for the site and sry [sic] I can’t check site there is no internet in jail lol.

P.S. Keep this letter on social media and private. Means a lot for all the support.”

It remains to be seen if TMZ also paid $18,000 for this letter, as the site reportedly paid Sportsworld, Inc. for the first letter Hernandez penned from prison, according to John Zaremba of the Boston Herald.


‘Kept private’

In the former letter, Hernandez maintained his innocence while also requesting his letter be kept private. So much for that request. Perhaps he should stop responding to letters if he truly wants them to remain private, as clearly those wishes won’t be met.

One thing is for certain: $18,000 is a lot to pay for one letter from prison.

This is just the latest chapter in the bizarre and troubling case of Hernandez, currently charged with murdering Odin Lloyd, along with five additional gun charges. Hernandez is also reportedly the center of a grand jury investigation stemming from a 2012 double homicide in Boston.

What do you think of Aaron Hernandez’s involvement in the Odin Lloyd murder case — innocent or guilty? Do you think Hernandez will be able to return to his sports career after this?

Source: Timothy Rapp | Bleacher Report

Image: TMZ

Study: 33 is the Happiest Age

Here’s a wildly simple, profoundly interesting question: At what age are you happiest? According to a recent survey, the answer is 33.

Friends Reunited, a U.K. website, found that 70 percent of respondents over the age of 40 said they did not find true happiness until they were 33 years old. Curious to know why?

“[That age] is enough time to have shaken off childhood naivety and the wild scheming of teen-aged years without losing the energy and enthusiasm of youth,” Donna Dawson, a psychologist, told Fox’s Washington, D.C., affiliate. “Innocence has been lost, but our sense of reality is mixed with a strong sense of hope, a ‘can do’ spirit, and a healthy belief in our own talents and abilities.”


As the site pointed out, Jesus Christ was crucified at age 33. Oh, and “33-year-old celebrities like Jennifer Love Hewitt, Maroon 5 front man Adam Levine and Katie Holmes seem to be enjoying a wealth of success right now.”

Even non-celebrities agree with the findings of this study. “It’s the sex, definitely,” Christine Possemato, a 35-year-old from Springfield, N.J., told the New York Daily News. “You’re hitting your stride. You’re a lot more confident and you can attract younger guys.”

Source: Yahoo News

Image: Soda Head