'Dr Phil' to air interview with Aaron Hernandez's fiancee

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As we previously reported, Shayanna filmed a sit down with Dr. Phil - which is scheduled to air in two parts on Monday and Tuesday - where it's said she discussed everything from Aaron's rumored romantic life in prison to the last conversation they had.

Hernandez, a former New England Patriots star serving a life sentence for murder, was more spiritual than religious, she said, but he reportedly wrote "John 3:16" on his forehead and his cell walls - scripture he'd never mentioned to her.

Hernandez's April 19 suicide came just days after he was acquitted from a 2012 double murder.

Though Jenkins-Hernandez said she doesn't think her husband killed himself, she didn't expound on alternative explanations for his death.

The Department of Correction and the Worcester County District Attorney's Office have released over 100 pages of investigative records detailing substantial evidence that he took his own life.

A suicide note from Aaron Hernandez to Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez. She said he wasn't a gang member, but conceded that she would not have known if he were. But Jenkins Hernandez said she doesn't believe the state's version of events.

"I did see that it was address to Shay instead of babe, or bae, the way he would refer me as..." Hernandez was in the process of appealing his conviction when he died. According to his fiancee, the suicide note Aaron Hernandez left for her was odd and not necessarily written as she imagined he would have done.

"Someone is in the wrong somewhere and I want answers", Jenkins Hernandez said.

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"None of it is very believable to me".

Jenkins-Hernandez says that her conversations with Aaron Hernandez prior to his death were "completely normal", and and that he said nothing to lead her to believe he was depressed, let alone committing suicide. "He may have been in the wrong place at the wrong time, but I don't think that what is said to be out there is actually accurate", she said.

Jenkins-Hernandez also indicated that the initial judgment that landed Hernandez in prison came as a surprise.

Hernandez had a $41 million contract with one of the NFL's top franchises when he was arrested in June 2013 and charged with murdering acquaintance Odin Lloyd. When asked about the letter left to her, she explained why she harbors doubts about whether Hernandez had written it.

"That's not the Aaron I know", she said.

"It screamed love, but it wasn't personal".

Some inmates have said Hernandez had become increasingly spiritual during his time in prison, but Jenkins-Hernandez said the bible verse didn't sound like Hernandez and he'd never mentioned it to her.