Sweetie Pies Star Has Been Convicted Of Murdering Co-Star

Sweetie Pies Star Has Been Convicted Of Murdering Co-Star ...

Although OWNs Welcome to Sweetie Pies became well-known for its cast and familial themes, the series was marred by controversy a few years ago. When Norman was arrested in 2020, he was accused of committing several crimes, including murder-for-hire. Now, he has been found guilty of Montgomerys murder.

According to The St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Tim Norman was found guilty of conspiracy to commit murder-for-hire, murder-for-hire, and conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud on December 15.

Andre Montgomery Jr., the grandson of star and business owner Robbie Montgomery, was murdered in 2016. Montgomery Jr. was featured on a number of episodes throughout the reality TV series' run, including many that focused on his move from Texas to St. Louis as well as his academic difficulties. The young man attended a graduation ceremony in 2013, and the episode even depicted a memorial in his honor.

Tim Norman was also a regular on the fan-favorite television program, which aired from 2011 to 2018. His downs and successes, like his dismissal by Miss Robbie, were also recorded on film. Norman was also said to have coordinated the murdder with Terrica Ellis, who he allegedly communicated with using a burner phone. Ellis was also charged in 2020 on a murder-for-hire conspiracy charge.

Another person was charged in the Sweetie Pie stars murder-for-hire plot. Waiel "Wally" Yaghnam was charged with conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud. The policy, according to the sources, contained false information about his nephew's income, family history, and more. Yaghnam admitted this summer that he would not testify during his recent trial.

The now-convicted stars' defense team asked him to testify on his own behalf in the recently concluded case. During his appeal, he admitted that he was a mentor to his nephew and never intended to hurt him.

Tim Norman's defense attorney, Mike Leonard, claims his client intends to appeal the decision. Only time will tell whether Norman and his team will be able to do so successfully.