The body of the ex-fiancé of "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Kandi Burruss is being exhumed for a second autopsy, CNN reports.
A.J. Jewell, who was featured on the second season of the hit Bravo reality show, was killed after an altercation at an Atlanta strip club in October and, soon after, a man named Frederick Richardson was then arrested for voluntary manslaughter.
The first autopsy concluded that Jewell died of blunt force trauma to the head, but later there was a report that sickle cell disease was another cause of death.
However in a strange twist, Jewell's own father, Rev. A.B. Jewell, recently said that his son did not have sickle cell disease.
"I want the public to know my son did not have sickle cell disease, and I hope this next autopsy will prove that my son was murdered," he said.
Jewell was engaged to Burruss, but the two split after her reality show's second season stopped filming.
"I wish you all had gotten to know the AJ we all knew and loved," Burruss said at the time of his death.