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Home of Aaron Hernandez sold for $1M to real estate investor
The home where former NFL star and accused murderer Aaron Hernandez lived has been sold to a real estate investor according to the ... he is no longer considered a murderer in the eyes of the Massachusetts court system.
By Matt Durr
The home where former NFL star and accused murderer Aaron Hernandez lived has been sold to a real estate investor according to the Associated Press.
The 7,100-square-foot mansion sold for roughly $300,000 less than the asking price to the 23-year-old investor who said the house needs about $150,000 in renovations.
The AP also reports that proceeds from the sale may not go to Hernandez's estate, as it is facing three wrongful death lawsuits along with owed back taxes.
The rise and fall of ex-NFL star, accused murderer Aaron Hernandez
Hernandez was found dead in his prison cell earlier this year and left his entire estate to his fiance and daughterHe was serving a life sentence after being convicted of the murder of Odin Lloyd in 2015.
However, because he died while he was appealing his conviction, that has been wiped entirely from his record and he is no longer considered a murderer in the eyes of the Massachusetts court system.
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