Aaron Hernandez's Brother Arrested For Alleged Vandalism At ESPN HQ

Like Aaron Hernandez, Dennis “D.J.” Hernandez has discovered himself in hassle with the legislation however for a really completely different cause. TMZ studies the soccer coach was arrested final week for reportedly throwing a brick at ESPN headquarters. The safety guard at ESPN advised authorities that an Uber arrived on the constructing, and a mysterious passenger obtained out earlier than they threw one thing on the bottom.

When authorities arrived, they revealed the thing was a brick wrapped in a plastic bag, per TMZ. It did not take lengthy for them to find who threw the brick as a result of there was a handwritten word signed by D.J. himself. The word learn, “To all media retailers. It is about time you all realeyes the have an effect on media has on all members of the family. Since you are a world vast chief perhaps you may lead how media and messages are delivered brick by brick. Clear it up!” To verify it was D.J., officers phoned the soccer coach, and he admitted to being on the headquarters.

Though he confessed to being at ESPN, D.J. “did not want to converse in regards to the incident.” In accordance with TMZ, the previous athlete was arrested “for misdemeanor breach of peace.” Nevertheless, his time behind bars wasn’t lengthy, as he was later launched and is ready to look in courtroom in April. Officers advised D.J. he’s now not welcome at ESPN headquarters, and he reportedly “said he understood.” The soccer coach has but to publicly touch upon the state of affairs.