Former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez admitted to Ernest Wallace he shot Odin Lloyd. At least that's the story the third man involved in the Lloyd murder case, Carlos Ortiz, told Massachusetts investigators, according to court documents filed in Florida and released Tuesday.

Hernandez has pleaded not guilty to one count of first-degree murder and five gun-related charges in the June 17 death of Lloyd. The newest court documents were filed on Tuesday by Miramar, Fla., police who were looking to obtain a warrant to justify the search of Wallace's home in Florida, according to the Associated Press.

According to the document, Ortiz told authorities that although he was with Hernandez and Wallace on the night of the shooting, he wasn't actually present when Lloyd was shot. According to Ortiz, the men made a brief stop on the way home so that Lloyd, Hernandez and Wallace could get out of the car and urinate while Ortiz stayed in the vehicle.

Ortiz then heard a gunshot, which was followed by only Hernandez and Wallace returning to the car. According to Ortiz, at some point after the gunshot, Wallace told Ortiz that Hernandez admitted to shooting Lloyd.