February 27

Aaron Hernandez to get 30 days in isolation for jail fight

NECN is reporting that the former NFL star was not in handcuffs when he assaulted another inmate, who was in handcuffs.

One day after the altercation at the Bristol County House of Correction, NFL star Aaron Hernandez has been moved to a more restrictive location in the jail, NECN.com reports.

The website says Hernandez can no longer eat meals by himself in the cafeteria; instead, he must take meals in his cell. He also must be in cuffs, complete with a waist chain and leg irons every time he leaves his cell.

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