Despite the rental murder scandal in which his son Tim Norman is said to have been involved, Pastisset Star Miss Robbie Montgomery is by her side. Tim is accused of orchestrating the murder of his nephew Andre Montgomery. Andre was Miss Robbie’s beloved nephew.
Tim Norman was recently implicated in the murder of his grandson
According to prosecutors, Tim was the mastermind behind Andre’s murder. NBC St. Louis reports that 30-year-old Travell Hill was convicted of a conspiracy count for committing murder by commission. Hill was also charged with another count of manslaughter in Andrew’s murder. Hill claims he was hired by Tim to carry out the murder. However, it is unknown at this time what he did to them.
According to Hill’s confession in his agreement, Tim paid him $ 5,000 to carry out the brutal murder. He claims that on the day of the murder, he met Tim near the Clinton-Peabody apartment complex south of downtown St. Louis. Louis for an “argument” and who understood that Norman wanted him to kill Montgomery.
Investigators say Terica Ellis, an exotic Memphis dancer who was having an affair with Tim at the time, was paid $ 10,000 to lure Andre to the scene. Data from cell phones and mobile towers showed that Tim was at the scene and followed the murder before fleeing. Hill also spoke about his involvement in the murder during the recorded prison calls.
Miss Robbie says she refuses to abandon her son in this trial
Former Ike and Tina Turner backing singer faces the unthinkable in light of allegations against her son. Viewers remember Miss Robbie’s devotion to Andrew by living a positive and devastated life after his murder. It’s easy to see that he never imagined his son would be involved.
But Miss Robbie says that despite the growing evidence, Tim has not been found guilty of any crime and, regardless of the circumstances, is on his side. He previously told Black Enterprise that he supports his son.
Miss Robbie shared similar sentiments in a recent interview. The Jasmine Brand reports that Miss Robbie has resolved her position. She explained:
I’m going through this. My son is in trouble right now. But I am his mother, and I know no one but you, I see him when others see him, but I am there with him to support him. This is what mothers do until death do us part. It’s the same as a wedding. So if something happens to your child, you have to be there because you are his inspiration. It’s not that what’s going on is good or bad, I don’t know, but this is my son and now I can’t leave him.
What does Tim Norman face in this case
Both Tim and Ellis have pleaded not guilty to Andrew’s murder. As part of his agreement, Hill is likely to serve a life sentence. Tim also faces life in prison if convicted. She initially faced the death penalty, but prosecutors decided not to pursue her further.
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