The strip club manager charged in the death of Ashley "A.J." Jewell spoke publicly about the case for the first time Monday, saying he feared for his life while fighting with the former fiance of "Real Housewives of Atlanta" cast member Kandi Burruss.

<strong>Fulton District Attorney Paul Howard</strong> has agreed to the exhumation of <strong>Ashley “A.J.” Jewell’s</strong> body and a <strong>second autopsy</strong> to confirm a rare sickle cell trait killed him.<!--more-->

An <strong>autopsy report</strong> for <strong>Ashley “A.J.” Jewell</strong>, former fiance of <strong>"Real Housewives of Atlanta"</strong> star <strong>Kandi Burruss</strong>, shows that he <strong>died</strong> from a rare trait of <strong>sickle cell anemia</strong> that became fatal because of a fight he had in the parking lot of a west Atlanta strip club.<!--more-->