In January former exotic dancer Terica Ellis was sentenced to three years in prison for luring Andre Montgomery back to St. Louis in a plot to murder him for insurance money orchestrated by his uncle ‘Welcome to Sweetie Pies’ star Timothy Norman.
U.S. District Judge John Ross sentenced Terica Ellis, 39, to three years in prison for her involvement in the death of 21-year-old Andre Montgomery in 2016. She pleaded guilty in July to a charge of conspiracy to commit murder-for-hire.
Terica was a key witness in the trial of Tim Norman, which ended with a jury convicting Norman of masterminding the plot to kill Montgomery, his nephew, for a life insurance payout.
Terica said in her testimony that Norman paid her $10,000 to help him find Montgomery. Norman then passed his nephew’s location to another man, who fatally shot Montgomery in the 3900 block of Natural Bridge Avenue.
Terica had been facing a maximum 20-year sentence. Now she’s free and posting selfies on IG:
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