Aaron Hernandez Spotted In Court With New Tattoo Received In Prison
Aaron Hernandez obviously has a thing for ink. One would assume that the time he’s spent behind bars would keep him from adding to his massive collection…but lo and behold, the alleged gang member and murder suspect popped up in court with fresh ink on his hand last week.
You know, there’s a very good reason prison tattoos are illegal…can anyone say, severe infection, tetanus, hepatitis C, or even HIV? But Aaron Hernandez isn’t exactly well known for making responsible life choices. SMH. Via RadarOnline:
Disgraced former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez has been in jail for nearly a year— and it looks like in addition to allegedly assaulting another inmate, the accused murderer has been collecting new ink behind bars.
The heavily-tattooed 24-year-old— who has been locked up in the Bristol County House of Corrections in North Dartmouth, Mass., since his arrest last year in the June 2013 killing of semi-pro football player Odin Lloyd— was spotted sporting a new design at a May 29 court date.
On the back of his right hand, the former pro bared the letters “CBS/WBS IWBTG.”
While the meaning of the letters is unknown, Hernandez did not have the tattoo at his last pre-prison appearances.
It’s unlikely Hernandez will be able to consult professional tattoo artists anytime soon: The inmate was indicted last month in the July 2012 murder of Cape Verde natives Daniel Abreu and Safiro Furtado.
Any gang-affiliated peeps or current inmates want to clue us in on what the tatt might mean? Anonymously of course…don’t put yourself (or your crimes) on blast in our comment area.