During Monday's airing of The Dr. Phil Show, Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez didn't directly address the rumors that Aaron Hernandez is bisexual or even gay, or that he may have had a prison lover at the time of his death.
Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez, fiancee of deceased former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandes, says that she doesn't think he killed himself - or anybody else. 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.
The Daily Mail reported that members of the Hernandez family believe he was murdered and are conducting an independent investigation into his death. "Things were looking so bright going up the ladder and in a positive direction".
Part of the message to Jenkins-Hernandez also said: "You're rich".
In a preview of the interview Friday, McGraw told Today that Jenkins doubted Hernandez committed suicide given he had just been acquitted of two murders and had another one on appeal.
Jenkins-Hernandez said she was suspicious of the state's conclusion that Hernandez killed himself.
"Someone is in the wrong somewhere and I want answers", Jenkins Hernandez said.
Jenkins-Hernandez added that "none of it makes sense to me". "As far as the relationships he had with outsiders, I don't necessarily know too much about that. I wanted more. I wanted him to explain", she said.
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"I just know that the feedback I was getting from our last talk had nothing to do with any suicidal thoughts".
"I did see that it was address to Shay instead of babe, or bae, the way he would refer me as..."
The note asks her to take care of their daughter Avielle and two his two "boys", whose names were redacted by MA officials when they released the letter to the public.
She says she thought the news of Hernandez's death was a "hoax".
"She said they spoke on the phone the night before he died and that Hernandez spoke to the couple's 4-year-old daughter, telling her, "'Daddy's gonna be home'". Those words have fueled speculation Hernandez left assets to her, but she said she thought about love when she read it and couldn't speak to whether the note was a will and testament.
Asked how she felt about the handwriting in the note, Jenkins said, "the handwriting was similar", while noting that in prison, "you've got nothing but time".
"Aaron was spiritual but he wasn't the kind of guy to get up every Sunday and go to church", she told Dr. Phil.
"It screamed love, but it wasn't personal".