Monday, January 30, 2023

Tim Norman's Accomplice Sentenced

Back in September Timothy Norman from the popular reality TV show "Welcome to Sweetie Pies" was convicted on all counts of arranging the murder of his nephew Andre Montgomery [click here if you missed that]. 

Tim's accomplice Terica Ellis, who helped locate Andre, has received her sentence...

A woman has been sentenced for her role in a murder-for-hire plot involving a star of the reality TV show "Welcome to Sweetie Pie's."
U.S. District Judge John Ross on Tuesday 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.
Ellis 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.
Ellis 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.
Ellis had been facing a maximum 20-year sentence. According to the U.S. Attorney's Office, Judge Ross said there were several factors in Ellis receiving a three-year sentence, including the fact that she had been forced into prostitution at a young age. Ross also acknowledged Ellis’ testimony against Norman and said Norman would likely have succeeded in the scheme whether Ellis helped or not.
Four family members of Montgomery spoke at Tuesday's sentencing, including his mother and brother. Ellis apologized and swore she didn’t know Montgomery was going to be killed.
Ellis is the third person to be sentenced in the plot. Norman's former insurance agent Waiel Rebhi Yaghnam was sentenced to three years in prison in November after pleading guilty to conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud in connection with the scheme. The shooter, Travell Anthony Hill, was sentenced in October to 32 years in prison.
Norman's sentencing is scheduled for March 2. He is facing a mandatory sentence of life in prison.


Anonymous said...

Knuckleheads and hairbrain schemes. Smh. I will never understand why Tim ruined his mother's blessing to him? If they were that hurt for money they could've done what Ms. Robbie ended up doing anyway which is sell to the hospital who is tearing the business down. Tim just destroyed a beautiful legacy veing dumb.

Anonymous said...

This hair brain scheme must have sounded good to him while plotting out the details. It shows he's a simp for thinking this would work without suspicion.

R in NYC said... one is paying $10,000 to someone just to locate them. She knew what was up and she got pretty much a slap on the wrist. All this is disgusting.

Anonymous said...

Exactly! She knew to be getting $10,000 it was going to be fatal. Smh!

Anonymous said...

Snitch where’s the story on BeyoncĂ© and Jay Z ex bodyguard spilling the tea?

The King Of The Real said...

I hope she gets therapy

Anonymous said...

Killing relatives for money. I bet this happens more often than we know.

Vernell said...

I hope that Terrica, will NOT get any credit for Time Served... That way, she will at least have been locked-up about 5years total. From what I heard, she was the link that tied the whole plot together & Tim may have walked if she had not cooperated. The 1st one to break, usually gets the best deal in a conspiracy...

WiserWords2 said...

The King Of The Real said...
I hope she gets therapy

12:45 PM

So do I

Ohwell said...

They gone lay Tim asz out with jail time, they saving the best for last.

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