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Report: Aaron Hernandez disciplined for being lookout in prison fight

Report: Aaron Hernandez disciplined for being lookout in prison fight
Aaron Hernandez appears in Attleboro District Court to face murder charges on June 26, 2013, after being arrested at his home earlier in the day. (Mike George / European Pressphoto Agency)

Aaron Hernandez should probably pace himself.

A little more than a month into his lifetime prison sentence without parole, the former New England Patriots tight end reportedly has already gotten himself into trouble.

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Hernandez allegedly was the lookout during what is believed to be a gang-related fight that took place Monday at Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center, a law enforcement source told CNN on Tuesday.

According to CNN, Hernandez stood as lookout as one inmate entered another prisoner's cell and those two men got into a fight. All three men were disciplined, CNN reports, with Hernandez being put in a special management section.

A spokesman for the Massachusetts Department of Correction told CNN that regulations prohibited him from commenting on the matter.

Hernandez was transferred to Souza-Baranowski, a maximum-security prison, soon after his April 15 conviction for the 2013 murder of Odin Lloyd.

Before then, the former NFL star was held at the Bristol County House of Corrections, where he got into a fight with another inmate and was accused of threatening to kill a guard and his family.

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