The late NFL player’s bizarre acts were exposed in the Boston Globe Spotlight Team’s shocking new podcast titled Gladiator. In episode one, released on Monday, Hernandez’s former Patriots teammate, Brandon Lloyd, said Wes Welker advised him to ignore Hernandez shortly after he joined the team in 2012.
Lloyd learned Hernandez was known for talking to his teammates about “being bathed by his mother” and “gay sex.”
The former Patriots tight end was also known for exposing himself in front of his male teammates.
“He’s going to have his genitalia out in front of you while you’re sitting on the stool,” Lloyd recalled Welker warning him. “He’s gonna have his towel and try to dry off in front of you while you’re sitting at your locker.”
As RadarOnline.com readers know, Hernandez hanged himself in his prison cell in 2017. After his death, prisoner Kyle Kennedy claimed to have had an intimate relationship with the professional athlete behind bars.
Most recently, Hernandez’s high school classmate, Dennis SanSoucie, claimed to have also had a relationship with the late football player beginning when they were young.
According to Lloyd, the Patriots locker room featured "normal" banter of football athletes you see in movies. But he believed Hernandez took it too far.
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“The things that he was talking about was more graphic than us slapping each other on the ass, laughing and giggling like what normally happens in a male locker room,” Hernandez’s former teammate added.
The late football player was serving a life sentence for the 2013 of Odin Lloyd when he took his own life using a prison bed sheet. Days before his death, Hernandez was acquitted of the 2012 double murder of Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado.
He was accused of shooting prosecution witness Alexander Bradley in Florida in 2013, but the jury acquitted him of that crime too.
The new podcast is a six-part series about Hernandez produced by Wondery.
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