Ex-‘Sweetie Pie’s’ star Tim Norman found guilty in murder-for-hire plot that claimed his nephew’s life
Former ‘Welcome to Sweetie Pie’s’ star Tim Norman was convicted after being arrested in 2020 on suspicion of orchestrating a 2017 contract killing that killed his nephew Andre Montgomery Jr. Norman had been the sole beneficiary of the then 21-year-old’s $450,000 insurance policy.
According to the KSDK, after more than 17 hours, a federal grand jury found the disgraced former reality star guilty of charges including conspiracy to commit murder for hire, murder for hire and mail fraud.
Norman was accused of hiring Travell Hill to kill Montgomery outside of a condominium complex in St. Louis, Missouri, in 2016. Hill was convicted of one count of conspiracy to murder and another count of murder that the 30-year-old pleaded guilty to in federal court earlier last month.
Norman’s ex-girlfriend, Terica Ellis, and his insurance agent, Waiel Rebhi Yaghnam, pleaded guilty to their involvement last July. The pair were originally charged in August 2020 with conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud and multiple other charges.
Many familiar with “Sweetie Pie’s” and the disturbing story watched as details about the case were slowly released to the public. Following the announcement, many critics took to their social media, where they reacted to the decision, including one Twitter user who wrote: “Blame! As we all have known. Rip Andre #timnorman.”
Another person commented, “Tim Norman prepared his nephew’s execution for a life insurance policy he never touched…his brother’s child, his own flesh and blood for paper he never got to see.”
“Damn man I can’t believe that man killed his own nephew, then had the nerve to bring Miss Robbie to the scene and pretended to cry with her,” wrote a third reviewer. “This is so nasty. Praying for Miss Robbie and all the family EXCEPT Tim’s fool he can rot #TimNorman #SweetiePies.”
Defense attorneys plan to appeal the verdict and say their client remains strong and positive. Norman is due to be sentenced on December 15.
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