Aaron Hernandez has reportedly not had any visitors while he has been in jail. Hernandez was denied bail twice after he pled not guilty to the first-degree murder of Odin Lloyd and will be in jail until his trial begins.
Bristol County Sheriff Tom Hodgson told CNN that though Hernandez can see visitors one day per week for a total of one hour, nobody has visited him yet.
Hernandez will begin his second week at the Dartmouth House of Corrections and he is reportedly “adjusting to a lifestyle change that has taken him from deluxe accommodations and the adulation of fans to the solitude of a 7-by-10-foot jail cell.”
The former Patriots tight end has been separated from the general prion population for his safety.