‘Welcome To Sweetie Pie’s’ Star Tim Norman Found Guilty
‘Welcome To Sweetie Pie’s’ star Tim Norman is headed back to jail after a jury found him guilty on Friday of hiring someone to kill his nephew for insurance money.
A jury convicted Norman of two federal murder-for-hire counts and one count of conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud. The jury concluded that he hired two people to kill Andre Montgomery, on March 14, 2016. They concluded Tim later tried to cash a $450,000 life-insurance policy taken out on his nephew months earlier.
The prosecution alleged that the reality tv star paid an exotic dancer $10,000 to to lure Montgomery to the murder site. They further alleged that Norman paid another man $5,000 to kill Montgomery. Both the dancer and the alleged shooter testified against the reality TV star.
Prosecutors will not seek the death penalty, according to the Associated Press, but Norman could get to life in prison. That decision is set for December 15th.
Andre Montgomery, the grandson of Sweetie Pie’s owner Ms. Robbie was the son his grandmother’s eldest son, Andre Senior, he was killed when his son was a baby in 1997.