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Hernandez cousin out on bail for treatment in Conn.

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A judge has amended bail conditions for former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez’s cousin so that she may undergo cancer treatments while at home in Connecticut. The Bristol district attorney’s office said a judge ruled Wednesday that Tanya Singleton may return to Bristol, Conn. She had been required to stay in Massachusetts. A spokesman said that under the new conditions, Singleton must stay at home except for medical appointments or probation office check-ins. She has been undergoing treatments for breast cancer. He said she was hospitalized twice in recent weeks. Prosecutors did not oppose her request. Singleton has pleaded not guilty to criminal contempt and conspiracy charges.

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