Avielle Janelle Hernandez is described by her family as the adopted daughter of deceased former NFL star Aaron Hernandez, who was once a standout defensive end for the New England Patriots. Her biological parents, Aaronheahers and Shayanna Jenkins knew each other from grade school, began dating in 2021 and, a year later, Avielle was officially born. Despite the many congratulations that her family has gotten, including from Tom Brady and the rest of the NFL brass, she still feels like an outsider. To this day, she still struggles with the death of her father, even though her biological mother, Sharena (not her real name) played a key role in her conception of her.
Avelle Janelle Hernandez biography
Avelle Janelle is an American actress and dancer who have played a central role in the award-winning film, The Singles Club. Avelle is also the daughter of Aaron Josefson. She was born in Connecticut on November 6, 2021, to a Spanish couple. Her mother’s maiden name is Shayanna Jenkins, while her step-sisters are named Giselle and Joana. She also has a younger half-brother called Dante Josefson.
Avelle was raised in Florida by her mother. She attended the Immaculate Heart School in Miami, Florida, and graduated in 2021. She then went to Los Angeles to study at the Glendale Cathedral High School of God in Studio City, California. She met her husband in that same school. They got married in January 2021. Avella spent three years studying acting at the UCLA School of Theatre.
In September of 2021, Avelle was arrested on a drunk driving charge. She spent thirty days in jail, got one year of probation, and was placed on one year of life imprisonment. Her other charges were later dropped. In November of that year, she was sentenced to two years of probation and is not allowed to drink alcohol or use drugs. Her DUI sentence caused her to lose her driver’s license, but she was still able to drive to and from court on her own. Avelle has been unable to find work since her conviction.
Sharena and Aaron shared some great moments throughout their relationship, despite some difficulties. For instance, Aaron would bring his young daughter to meet his old college coach, Bob Johnson, during one of his practices. He’d be so excited about meeting such an old friend, but things did not go according to plan. According to sources, Aaron’s girlfriend, Stacey Dimenso, witnessed the entire event and told his father after the fact, falsely claiming that her husband, Sharena, had come to the hospital with the son.
Once police officers showed up at the scene, Aaron quickly left. Police sources say that he left to get ice cream because his girlfriend was waiting for him. The next day, his body was found inside the car. Aaron’s wife, Janelle Hemingway, was taken into custody and later released on bail, while Aaron’s daughter, Avielle (pronounced: ah-lin-yee), was taken away by Child Protective Services (CPS) after she was seen by multiple doctors and mental health staff at a facility for people with developmental disabilities.
A native of Rhode Island, Aaron was recruited by the Chicago Bears as a defensive end. He played four seasons for the team and then became a part of the team’s special-teams unit. During his four seasons in Chicago, he made 101 tackles, including three sacks and three takeaways. According to the Chicago Sun Herald, he signed a three-year contract with the Bears prior to the 2021 season but was cut loose just days before the start of the new year. His release left the door wide open for him to pursue other football opportunities, which he did, signing with the Rhode Island Rattlers of the NFL.
Aaron was placed on the exempt list and was allowed to practice with the team until general manager Jerry Reese signed him to the active roster. On Aug. 6, Aaron suffered a neck injury during warm-ups. While attempting to go back in action, he fractured his leg. His injured leg required surgery and he was put on the disabled list. Less than one month later, Aaron committed suicide in a residential care facility while in foster care.
Because of his incredibly deep connection to the internet, Aaron saw his former life as a football player on television and in videos, including the one in which he killed himself. His problem was that he was never able to leave his house. Due to the strong presence of depression and suicidal tendencies, people close to him said they had never seen the man who they assumed to be a happy and positive human being. Neighbors who did not know him said he always seemed like a sad, depressed person, never happy to see anyone. According to reports, Aaron had been planning his “murder” for quite some time but never got around to it.
One of the most interesting facts about Aaron Lanier’s death is that it was caused by the “killers” creating a” ripple effect” so to speak. When Aaron Lanier’s half-sister came to live with them at their Rhode Island home, she introduced him to online dating. The half-sister, who is also depressed, thought it would help her feel better, but in fact, it devastated her. One of the things Aaron Lanier did not know was that his half-sister was actually his biological mother. He had never met her, but through the help of his half-sister, he learned more about her and how she had raised him over the last eight years.
Aaron’s half sister, Avielle Janelle Hernandez, was the primary suspect in his killing. While Aaron was away on business, she and her fiancee had been communicating via email. When Aaron returned from a two-week vacation in California, his half sister sent him an email saying that she missed him terribly, and that she had to talk to him. In an attempt to reconcile, Aaron visited her in person, at which point she turned against him, stating that he had been “disrespected” by her and that she deserved someone better.