Former NFL star Aaron Hernandez's fiancee testified in his double-murder trial Thursday that she learned to keep her mouth shut and "not to ask any questions" in certain situations.
Jenkins-Hernandez, who never married Hernandez but legally changed her last name, also said that "it was a sad situation but why would I press on that?" When approached by people, London said Hernandez would either say hi or brush them off, adding that he didn't allowed pictures. She and Hernandez have a 4-year-old daughter.
Thompson was allegedly in the backseat of the auto in which Bradley was shot-but on Monday, he told the court he could remember nothing from the night of the shooting.
Thompson took the stand on Monday morning and was asked to describe his friendship with Hernandez while a teammate with the Gators in 2008 and 2009. He testified that it didn't appear there were any issues between the two men but made it clear he was intoxicated for much of the post-Super Bowl celebration.
Hernandez is accused of shooting and killing de Abreu and Furtado following a nightclub incident in July 2012.
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Jenkins Hernandez testified she did not believe Hernandez had a gun license but that the firearm didn't bother her. While Thompson has the right to be friends with whoever he chooses, his relationship with Hernandez calls his character and off-field decision-making into question. Bradley testified last week that he was driving Hernandez's vehicle when the athlete leaned across him and fired five shots into a packed auto, killing de Abreu and Furtado. Lawyers argued over how many shots were fired.
Haag said one bullet was removed from Furtado's skull, while a second passed through his head and shattered the rear driver's side window as he, de Abreu and three other men sat in a BMW at a stop light at Herald Street and Shawmut Avenue. In particular, she said she did not remember receiving a phone call from him at 2:30 a.m. on the night of the killings.
She also identified a Toyota 4Runner allegedly tied to murders, as one Hernandez had received through a promotional deal during her testimony.
Aaron Hernandez's fiancée may take the stand Tuesday as testimony continues in the ex-NFL star's double murder trial. He is already serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole for the 2013 murder of Odin Lloyd.