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Aaron Hernandez Beats Up Fellow Inmate in Jail

Aaron Hernandez

Former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez attacked a fellow inmate at the Bristol County Jail, according to TMZ Sports.

The report says Hernandez beat the inmate up “pretty badly.”

Hernandez, 24, is usually in solitary confinement due to his celebrity status, but was allowed to take a walk down an isolated hallway Tuesday.

During the walk, he came into contact with another inmate who he had been “beefing with all day” — the source told TMZ the man had been harassing Hernandez nonstop. Hernandez then attacked him.

Hernandez is charged with murder in the death of semi-pro football player Odin Lloyd. He is also suspected in the deaths of two men in 2012.

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