Aaron Hernandez, former New England Patriots’ tight end, pleaded not guilty in Suffolk Superior Court to seven charges in the 2012 shootings that killed Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado. Hernandez allegedly gunned down two men in their car because one of them bumped into him while dancing at a Boston nightclub, spilling his drink, prosecutors said in court. The tight end did not know these men.

Prosecutor Patrick Haggan said that in months leading to the shooting Hernandez had become convinced that people “had been testing, trying or otherwise disrespecting him when he frequented nightclubs in the area.”

Apparently Hernandez and a friend had driven from Connecticut to Boston that night to a nightclub. They were standing at the edge of the dance floor when de Abreu accidentally bumped into the former New England Patriot. Then smiled at him without apologizing. Hernandez became agitated and his friend that de Abreu had bumped into him on purpose. The two then went to another club and they were convinced that de Abreu was following them.

Hernandez then drove around until he saw de Abreu and Furtado, followed them and opened fire. He fired at least five shots killing both de Abreu and Furtado.

As if it’s already not bad enough for the former star athlete, he faces charges in the 2013 killing of football player Odin Lloyd. Hernandez was released last summer by the New England patriots after his arrest in Lloyd’s murder.