It appears that Aaron Hernandez has not learned his lesson. He is currently in hot water for participating in a fight, according to CNN. On Monday, Hernandez allegedly agreed to be a lookout as another inmate confronted a prisoner in his cell: it appears the fight was gang related, according to CNN’s law enforcement sources.

And it looks like the former Patriots tight end did not do a very good job, as all three individuals were caught and are currently being reprimanded. Hernandez is even getting put “in a special management section.”

On April 15, Hernandez was given a life sentence for the slaying of Odin Lloyd, so perhaps he just does not care anymore. Still, he probably should adjust better to prison life, as this is his second fight while incarcerated. The first happened in a Bristol County Jail in 2014, where him and another inmate exchanged words, leading to the former Patriot punching the other person in the face. He was later indicted on assault charges.

And let’s not forget that he still has to deal with murder and witness intimidation charges. While neither are currently scheduled, Hernandez’s trial for the murders of Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado could be given an official start date on Thursday, as Hernandez is supposed to appear in court for a status hearing.


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Despite previous reports, there has been no word about whether the murder and witness intimidation trial will happen at the same time

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