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Old 06-25-2013   #168
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Default Re: Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez to be Questioned

Attorney of man suing Aaron Hernandez shares case details

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David Jaroslawicz says Alexander Bradley had been working as Hernandez's assistant when the two got into a fight outside a Florida strip club and Hernandez fired a gun at his face.

Police say Bradley originally said he didn't know who shot him, but then alleged that it was Hernandez.

The case was originally dropped because of a paperwork error, but Bradley re-filed the suit. Jaroslawicz says his client was left for dead and that Bradley didn't file the suit right away because he feared for his life.

"When you're running around with someone like Mr. Hernandez, I can understand why you wouldn't want to get the police involved unless necessary," said Jaroslawicz. "In addition of which when someone leaves you for dead, you may be afraid he may come finish the job."

Jaroslawicz claims Bradley and Hernandez went to a strip club and had some kind of dispute.

"The next thing he knew, Mr. Hernandez shot him on the side of the road," Jaroslawicz claimed.
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