Aaron Hernandez lawsuit

You know it’s been a bad summer when the lawsuit filed against you accusing you of shooting your friend in the face after a trip to a strip club is the least of your problems.

But for Aaron Hernandez, who was indicted on a murder charge today related to the death of friend Odin Lloyd, that’s the reality these days.

Here’s the full civil complaint made by Alexander Bradley earlier this summer against Hernandez, who asked for and was granted an extension of time to file a statement of defence because, well, he’s already in jail. None of the allegations have been proven in court.

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