Aaron Hernandez’s House, Car To Be Sold As Part Of Civil Suit, Judge Orders

Two of Aaron Hernandez’s most valuable possessions are about to be up for sale.

A Massachusetts Superior Court judge has authorized the sale of the former New England Patriots tight end’s house and Hummer truck as part of a civil suit, according to multiple reports.

This stems from a joint request on the part of Hernandez’s attorneys and Ursula Ward, mother of Odin Lloyd, the man Hernandez was convicted of killing.

Ward said in April she would go forward with a wrongful death suit against Hernandez. Whatever’s made in the sale of Hernandez’s assets will be in held in court until the suit is resolved. The home is valued at $1.3 million, North Attleborough records show, according to The Boston Globe.

Hernandez is serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole after being convicted earlier this year. Hernandez also faces trial this fall for the 2013 shootings of two men in Boston.

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