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By Orrin G. Hatch
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Topic - Thomas Hodgson
A Massachusetts sheriff is seeking a criminal complaint against former NFL star Aaron Hernandez after a recent jail scuffle with another inmate.
Former NFL star Aaron Hernandez was involved in a scuffle with another jail inmate, but neither man required medical attention, a Massachusetts sheriff said Wednesday.
Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez can't watch football on TV for his own safety, the sheriff in charge of the prison said on Saturday.
Hernandez is being held without bail at the Bristol County House of Correction in North Dartmouth, Mass., under "special management," a classification that allows him only three hours outside his cell. He isn't allowed out at the same time as another inmate and he isn't allowed any TV.
If former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez wants to know the score of Sunday's AFC Championship game, he'll have to hope he overhears it from an officer or a fellow inmate.
Bristol County Sheriff Thomas Hodgson did say that his half-hour stay at the hospital did not come about because of a prison fight, or a jail-related security incident, CNN reported.
"He's not allowed to watch any TV," Bristol County Sheriff Thomas Hodgson told The Associated Press on Friday.