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Aaron Hernandez's Final Prison Visit With Fiancée Ended In Blowout Fight: 'F**k You!'

Jan. 4 2019, Updated 9:54 a.m. ET

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Just 90 days after the former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez was arrested and charged for the murder of Odin Lloyd, he and his then fiancée had a blowout fight during a jailhouse visit, according to explosive recordings exclusively obtained by RadarOnline.com!

Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez visited her former fiancé for the final time at Bristol County jail in Massachusetts on Sept. 26, 2013 after not hearing from him for several weeks, Radar can confirm.

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“What have you been up to? I ain’t talk to you all damn month,” Hernandez asked his fiancée during the final visit that took place before he was transferred to Suffolk County Jail during trial then to Shirley to serve his sentence. “Nothing,” she said. “Just tell me what you’ve been doing, at least!”

“You’re the one telling me I can’t call you for a month,” Hernandez said to Shayanna. “I had to use the money elsewhere – like, what’s the big deal?” Shayanna replied, noting she had to purchase “baby stuff.”

“Baby stuff?” Hernandez asked. “Yeah – baby stuff ain’t that expensive so you’re just lying to me. Why can’t you just be honest?”

“So, when are you gonna call me?” Jenkins asked the unstable athlete, who responded: “Call you? I don’t know, why?”

“Tell me.” Jenkins continued, bringing out the dark side of the demented football player. “What you mean tell you?” Hernandez said in a fit of rage. “What the f**k you hiding?”

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As Radar readers know, Jenkins and Hernandez welcomed now 6-year-old daughter Avielle together before she gave birth to a second baby girl with another man one year after the footballer was found hanging in his cell in an apparent suicide.

“Aaron. You make everything such an argument,” Shayanna said as she laughed. “You got issues. It always goes back to the same type of thing.”

“One of these days I’ll call you,” Hernandez replied. “One of these days?,” Jenkins quipped back, laughing. “Okay, maybe one of these days I’ll pick up.” Shayanna fired – triggering the football star's anger. “I’ll just accept your call between 6 and 7.”

“You don’t see the attitude with the way you said that?” Hernandez said. “No. I can’t see myself. So, no, I didn’t.” Shayanna said.

The paranoid Patriots player realized the call was recorded and screamed: “Whoever’s listening to this call, F**k YOU!”

“Your whole demeanor has changed,” Shayanna said. “I know,” Hernandez replied. “I’m tired of that whole damn Bible. You ain’t tell me you love me yet or you miss me,” Hernandez continued. “You enjoy the time by yourself, huh?”

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Jenkins, shaken by his behavior, assured the fallen athlete that she did miss him.

“Aaron. Yes, I miss you but I’m not going to remind you every single day,” Jenkins said, triggering the outraged inmate. “You only see me once a week – what do you mean you can’t remind me when you see me?” Hernandez screamed.

As tensions grew, the couple’s young daughter was crying in the background, sparking “flashbacks,” according to Shayanna.

“Listen,” she said in a quiet tone as their daughter cried in the background. “This is bringing back flashbacks. You need to slow your roll.”

Despite the heated argument between the two, they appeared to have made up as they continued talking on the phone after the intense visit.

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