Aaron Hernandez was sued for allegedly shooting a man in the face earlier this month

According to TMZ, Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was sued earlier this month for allegedly shooting a man in the face.

The lawsuit was filed in federal court in Florida on June 13 — five days before investigators searched the NFL star’s Massachusetts home in connection with a homicide investigation that appears to be unrelated.
According to the lawsuit, obtained by TMZ, Hernandez and Alexander S. Bradley went to Tootsie’s Cabaret in Miami on February 13, 2013 … and during the outing, the two men got into an argument.
Bradley claims … After the dispute, both men left the club — and got into the same car which was heading to Palm Beach. During the ride, Aaron allegedly aimed his weapon at Bradley … and the gun discharged, striking Bradley in the face.
Bradley claims he suffered major injuries from the gunshot … including the loss of his right eye.
Bradley also claimed he required major surgery to reconstruct his face … which required plates and screws. Bradley also claims he suffered damage to his right hand and arm, which also required surgery.
There’s more — Bradley claims Aaron was not licensed to carry a firearm in the first place.
Bradley demanded more than $100,000.

 

But just 4 days after Bradley filed the lawsuit, the case was DISMISSED.

It certainly sounds like Hernandez paid Bradley off to drop the suit.  As we mentioned before, it’s been reported that Hernandez lives his life in the edge and this is more evidence to support that claim.

Update:  According to TMZ, Bradley plans on re-filing the lawsuit.

Sources connected to the case tell us … Bradley’s legal team only dismissed the case because there was an error in the paperwork … and they FULLY plan to REFILE the lawsuit TODAY.

We’re also told … Bradley will argue that the bullet initially struck him in the arm and continued traveling through his body until it struck him in the face …. blowing out his eyeball.

Below is a copy of the lawsuit, thanks to Black Sports Online.

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