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Aaron Hernandez's House Was Sold for a Heavily Discounted Price in 2017


Aaron Hernandez committed suicide on April 19, 2017, two years after he received a life sentence for murdering Odin Lloyd. 

The star-status NFL player was also involved in the killing of four other people, including the 2012 shooting of Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado, and the 2007 death of two unnamed individuals. Hernandez was convicted on April 15, 2015, leaving his fiancée, Shayanna Jenkins, in charge of the estate. 

We set out to investigate: What happened to Aaron Hernandez's house? 

So, what happened to Aaron Hernandez's house?

Hernandez owned an 8.130-foot mansion located just outside North Attleboro, Mass. He also rented a property at the Ledgewood Condominiums complex in Franklin, Mass. The "flop house" — as it's known in the press — was the place where he and two other men, Ernest Wallace and Carlos Ortiz, would spend the most time in the lead-up to the 2017 murder.