Insider Claims "Sweetie Pie's" Tim Norman was Planning to Have HIS MOTHER Killed for I
This is the absolute worst turn of events in an already horrible story!
Last week we reported that the co-owner of the famous St. Louis restaurant "Sweetie Pie's" Tim Norman was allegedly behind a plot that killed his teen nephew, Andre Montgomery, in 2016.
The world first saw the way Norman treated his nephew on the family's wildly popular reality show "Welcome to Sweetie Pie's" that aired on the OWN Network. No one can forget the time a tearful Andre and Charles went to Miss Robbie after Norman had put his hands on them.
Norman and Terica Ellis, Norman's co-conspirator, have been charged with conspiracy to commit murder/murder-for-hire and conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud. Norman's life insurance agent, Waiel Rebhi Yaghnam, 42, of St. Louis, with one count of conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud.
If that wasn't enough, the story is getting worse. A new insider is now claiming that Norman had ALLEGEDLY planned to have his mother, Miss Robbie Montgomery, and co-owner of "Sweetie Pie's" killed next! The unidentified insider claims that Norman has a $1 million life insurance policy on his mother and that his greed was driving him to consider plotting her demise.
All About The Tea reports that Miss Montgomery's family is concerned that Norman indeed had his sights set on her as well.
If you all remember, Norman's ex-girlfriend, Jennifer Williams, said that he was violent during their relationship back in 2017. Williams was eventually granted a permanent restraining order against him.
This is a huge mess and we're praying that Tim didn't do this. . . All of this for money that HE DIDN'T EVEN GET! He's already spent ten years in prison for robbery and it looks like he could possibly be heading in that direction again.
We'll keep you updated as more details emerge. In the meantime, pray for Miss Robbie please!