Just in case the whole sordid Aaron Hernandez affair wasn’t scuzzy enough for you, leave it to a lawyer to take things down to an even lower level of sleaziness.
Attorney Jose Baez, who represented Hernandez (and Casey Anthony), is writing a tell-all book with the help of Hernandez’s fiancée, Shayanna Jenkins, called Unnecessary Roughness: The Life and Death of Aaron Hernandez. Jenkins will be writing the foreword. (It’s supposed to be published on August 21, 2018 and is already available for pre-order.)
According to Hachette Books, who will be publishing Unnecessary Roughness, the book will be the “definitive, insider” story and contain some “shocking revelations,” reports The Daily Mail.
Not sure how anything in the book could be more shocking than these details about Hernandez’s prison life, or the details of his suicide, or his alleged prison lover, or how badly his brain was affected by CTE, but okay.
Here is the description currently accompanying the book on Amazon…
Unnecessary Roughness is a sympathetic, insider account of the final days of football star Aaron Hernandez. Based on countless intimate conversations with Aaron and his family and friends in the year leading up to his double murder trial, Baez offers an unexpected portrait of the fallen New England Patriots tight-end, and reveals previously unreported details about his mental state and other information known only to Aaron’s closest confidants. Written with the permission and support of Aaron’s fiancee, who will write the foreword.
Of course, if you can’t wait for that, you can always read James Patterson’s book which just came out on January 22nd called All-American Murder: The Rise and Fall of Aaron Hernandez, the Superstar Whose Life Ended on Murderers’ Row. It too is available on Amazon.
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