Town seeks $93K in unpaid taxes from Aaron Hernandez estate

Paola Ditto
Giugno 2, 2017

The town of North Attleboro, seeking more than $93,000 in real estate back taxes from the late Aaron Hernandez.

The home is in tax title status, and a lien must be paid before it can be sold.

Hernandez was convicted of the 2013 murder of Odin Lloyd in North Attleboro, but a court vacated his conviction after he hanged himself in prison in April.

North Attleborough Treasurer Christopher Sweet told The Sun Chronicle that the unpaid taxes date to 2014. Hernandez was serving a life sentence for that murder at the time of his suicide, but a judge has since vacated the conviction in the wake of his death, per a MA law called the abatement doctrine.

"A town list of delinquent taxpayers lists Hernandez with a debt of $17,640 for the property at 22 Ronald C. Meyer Drive".

Rumors surfaced that there was an offer to buy the house last month but the sale reportedly fell through. According to the Herald, Ward contacted Carvalho after Hernandez's conviction was overturned with the hopes of him helping to craft a bill that would prevent that from happening again.

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