Tim Norman From Welcome To SWEETIE PIE . . . Expected To Plead GUILTY OF MURDER Soon!!

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Court observers are predicting that Tim Norman, the reality star from the OWN TV series Welcome to Sweetie Pie, may be ready to plead guilty to murder, Media Take Out is hearing.

Welcome to Sweetie Pie’s, which was televised on Oprah Winfrey’s OWN network, was an instant hit during its eight year-run from 2011 to 2018. Owned and operated by former Ike and Tina Turner backup singer, Robbie Montgomery, along with her son Tim Norman, the soul food restaurant was a huge success.

Sweetie Pie’s later branched out to several locations including in other states. Surprisingly, personal troubles arose before the reality series ended in 2018. In 2017, Miss Robbie sued her son Tim over trademark infringement and prior to that, her grandson Andre Montgomery was tragically gunned down in St. Louis in 2016.

In 2020, Tim Norman was arrested for an alleged murder-for-hire plot involving his nephew, Andre Montgomery, and Miss Robbie’s grandson. Tim was picked up by the feds for his alleged role in the 2016 shooting death of the 21-year-old after taking out a $450k life insurance policy on Montgomery back in 2014.

Prosecutors say he worked with a Memphis-based woman named Terica Ellis to allegedly pull off the murder. Also charged, was Travell Hill, whom Norman reportedly paid $5,000 to carry out the murder

Well now BOTH his co-defendents have pled guilty.

Last month the trigger man in the Andre Montgomery murder case pleaded guilty and incriminated Andre’s uncle, Timothy Norman.

Now Tim’s other two accomplices have just pleaded guilty as well…

Terica Taneisha Ellis and Waiel Rebhi Yaghnam pled guilty in federal court on Friday. The pleas come less than two months after Travell Hill, another man charged in the investigation, pleaded guilty to felony charges in the death of Montgomery.

Investigators say Montgomery was shot and killed on the evening of March 14, 2016, in the 3900 block of Natural Bridge Road. Two years before that, prosecutors say that Norman took out a $450,000 life insurance policy on his nephew, Andre Montgomery Jr. with Norman named as the sole beneficiary.

According to a plea deal, Ellis had agreed to assist Norman with finding Montgomery days prior to his death. Ellis had communicated with Montgomery and informed him that she was planning to be in St. Louis after she learned of his location.

Per court documents, four days after the shooting, Norman contacted the life insurance company in an attempt to collect on the life insurance policy he had obtained on his nephew. Yaghnam, his insurance agent, to fraudulently obtain a life insurance policy on Montgomery in 2014, according to his plea agreement.

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