Brother Aaron Hernandez blames ESPN and other media

Aaron Hernández older brother launched a mini attack on the media outside of the ESPN building and he left a shady note!

DJ Hernandez threw a rock on ESPN

Brother Aaron Hernandez accuses ESPN and other media of ruining his family

Dennis DJ Hernandez, the older brother of the late quarterback Aaron, seems to have had enough. Last week, the former soccer player himself accused the media, starting with ESPN, of ruining his family.

Last week, the 36-year-old rolled into an Uber to the ESPN studio but was turned away at the gate. That’s the case when security claims they saw an unidentified passenger get out of the Uber, throw something, get back in the Uber and drive away.

This incident occurred around 3 p.m. on March 23 on the campus in Bristol, Connecticut. Curiously, this incident happened shortly after police were asked to conduct a social check on DJ after he allegedly claimed he was planning to break windows in the state capital and at ESPN.

Cops examined the thrown object

Brother Aaron Hernandez accuses ESPN and other media of ruining his family

When the police were called, they examined the object in a white plastic bag. It was a brick with a note that sounded like a warning to all media.

“To all the media, it’s about time you all really caught your eye [sic] the effect of the media on all family members. As a global leader, perhaps you could cite how media and messages are delivered piece by piece. Clean it up!”

The note was signed, “Sincerely, Dennis J. Hernandez.” Officers also said they spoke to the guard, who said he was “90 percent sure” it was DJ who did the threw a stone. They recognized him because he is also a former Division 1 football player.

When cops finally contacted DJ, he admitted to being with ESPN but told police he “didn’t want to speak about the incident.”

DJ Hernandez was arrested

Brother Aaron Hernandez accuses ESPN and other media of ruining his family

The former football player has been arrested on charges of misdemeanor and breach of the peace and will appear in court next month to try to bring the matter to a close. Police also told DJ that he was no longer allowed to appear on the ESPN campus and if he violated this, he could be arrested for trespassing.

DJ “said he understood.” DJ has been having a tough time with his mental health lately. On March 8, police claimed they tried to stop DJ while he was driving a Hyundai. Once he drove across the lawns in front of the Cheshire Correctional Institution.

He then sped through a red light instead of stopping for the police, who signaled him to stop. Terri Hernandez, DJ and Aaron’s mother later informed police that their son had been “behaving very strangely and she believed he needed a mental health evaluation at a hospital.”

DJ was taken down “after a short chase”. The police documents obtained from TMZ said that DJ may be having a bipolar episode, and also revealed that he erratically drove across Connecticut only to get arrested because “he didn’t want to stay at his mom’s house anymore.” Brother Aaron Hernandez blames ESPN and other media

Dustin Huang

Dustin Huang is a 24ssports U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Dustin Huang joined 24ssports in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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