Report: Hernandez sued for shooting man in face

Report: Hernandez sued for shooting man in face
June 19, 2013, 1:30 pm
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Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was sued on June 13 for allegedly shooting a man in the face after getting into an argument at a Miami strip club, according to TMZ.

TMZ obtained a lawsuit, which claimed that Hernandez and Alexander S. Bradley went to Tootsie's strip club on Feb. 13, left after their dispute, and got into the same car. Hernandez allegedly aimed his weapon at Bradley and the gun discharged, striking Bradley in the face.

The suit, according to TMZ, claims that Bradley suffered major injuries and lost his right eye. He also "suffered damage to his right hand and arm, which also required surgery," TMZ wrote.


Bradley also claims in the suit that Hernandez was not licensed to carry a firearm, according to TMZ.

TMZ writes that, "Bradley demanded more than $100,000 . . . [But] just four days after the suit was filed the case was dismissed."

More to come . . .