Aaron Hernandez's Fiancée Maintains She Is Trying To Give Their Daughter A Good Life After Being Acc
Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez, who was engaged to the late NFL player Aaron Hernandez, responded to the allegations that she is mismanaging funds intended for their daughter, Avielle.
"Since Aaron's death, my sole focus has been on raising and providing as stable a life for my children as possible," the mom told the Boston Globe. "All monies I have spent have been with this singular focus in mind, and this will continue to be my focus going forward."
Some of the money Jenkins-Hernandez wants to use is for Avielle to pursue her love of competitive dance. She requested a $10,000 reimbursement from the trust. However, trustee David Schwartz, the attorney who oversees the trust, argues those fees should be paid from funds the mother gets from the late NFL player's estate.
Later, Schwartz wrote Jenkins-Hernandez's "Accountings do not demonstrate how such spending has all been for Avielle's benefit or why she has not been able to preserve from that large sum the much lower cost of this dance school tuition."
"There is every reason to question whether and how the Conservator is applying the significant resources that should be available to pay for Avielle's daily needs, including dance lessons, especially since all of her basic housing security and educational expenses are paid from the Trust," the filing went on to say.
Last September, the two parties battled it out after Jenkins-Hernandez asked for $10,000 from the trust to pay for her daughter's competitive dance lessons. The request was denied by Schwartz, arguing that approximately $150,000 in funds is issued to her each year to cover Avielle's daily expenses.
He then moved to have her removed as the child's conservator, PEOPLE reported.
She also requested that he be removed and replaced as the trustee.
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