Even in death, Aaron Hernandez continues to make headlines. Fresh off his murder conviction being thrown out, and the Patriots potentially owing his estate money, the details are surfacing over his conduct in prison.

The disciplinary records obtained by USA TodaySports from the Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center, the same facility where he was found hanged last month, show 25 alleged violations over an eight-day span in May 2015, shortly after he was convicted of murdering Odin Lloyd. He stated he would run the prison. “This place ain’t (expletive) to me,”  Hernandez said. “I’ll run this place and keep running (expletive). Prison aint (expletive) to me.” Hernandez fought three times, according to the prison records. He totaled 78 disciplinary offenses spread across 12 incidents during his nearly two years. However, none of the incidents were forwarded to prosecutors.