Sweetie Pie’s star Tim Norman Weight Loss made several headlines after being charged with a conspiracy to arrange his nephew’s murder, Andre Montgomery.
According to the U.S. Attorney’s Office Eastern District of Missouri, the reality star was found guilty on all charges, including conspiracy to commit murder-for-hire, murder-for-hire resulting in death, and conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud.
According to the criminal complaint against Norman, he had conspired with an exotic dancer residing in Memphis, Tennessee, and others “to use a facility of interstate commerce, namely, a cellular telephone, to commit a murder-for-hire in exchange for United States currency.”
In court, Norman said that he helped his nephew relocate to St. Louis about 18 months before he was slain and provided for him financially so that he could keep an eye on Montgomery. He claimed he wanted to serve as the son of his brother’s “father figure.”
The day before Montgomery’s murder, March 13, 2016, Norman flew to St. Louis, Missouri, from his home in Los Angeles, California, according to the release.
What Happened To Tim Norman?
Federal prosecutors said Norman, 43, hired two people to kill the 21-year-old Montgomery and then tried to cash the life insurance policy taken out on his nephew months earlier.
According to NBC News, the testimony during the trial of two co-conspirators, Ellis and Hill, was extremely non-credible. However, Assistant U.S. Attorney Angie Danis revealed the culprit was the architect of the plan to kill Montgomery during closing arguments.
Prosecutors with the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Missouri said Norman, a co-owner of Sweetie Pie’s soul food restaurants in the St. Louis area.
In June 2015, the Victim, Andre, left St. Louis after at least $220,000 in cash, jewelry, and other items were stolen in a burglary at Robbie Montgomery’s home.
Where Is Andre Montgomery Murderer Now?
Andre’s uncle Tim was found guilty Friday of two counts of federal murder-for-hire and one count of conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud in the investigation. He was one of four people indicted in the scheme over his murder.
Andre Montgomery Jr.,21 years, was shot and killed in the 3900 block of Natural Bridge Road just after 8 pm on March 14, 2016.
Prosecutors said Norman paid $10,000 to an exotic dancer, Terica Ellis, to lure his nephew to the site where he got shot and paid $5,000 to Travell Anthony Hill to shoot Montgomery.
Former Sweetie Pie’s employees and other character witnesses testified that Norman and his nephew had a close relationship.
In 2014, Norman obtained a $450,000 life insurance policy for his 18-year-old nephew, Andre Montgomery; around 8:02 pm, his nephew, Montgomery, was shot to death.
Tim Norman Weight Loss
Tim Norman’s weight loss is vivid in the photographs obtained from the photos compared to his previous pictures and videos of Sweetie Pies.
His nephew, Montgomery was the star of “Welcome to Sweetie Pies,” which chronicled her family’s management of their famous business. Various family members, including Norman, would appear frequently.
Robbie Montgomery, the father of Tim Norman, is the founder of Sweetie Pie. The restaurant and Montgomery family were the subjects of a reality show produced by Oprah Winfrey’s OWN network called “Welcome to Sweetie Pie’s.”
The Victim and executioner appeared on the reality TV show Welcome to Sweetie Pie. The show’s star was famed singer and restaurateur Robbie Montgomery, Norman’s mother and Andre Montgomery’s grandmother.
Before finding Norman guilty on two federal murder-for-hire counts, Jurors deliberated for more than 17 hours over three days.