One of the hardest thing any mother will have to do is stand beside her child who has been accused of committing a crime. It's even worse when the crime they're accused of committing is commissioning the murder of your grandson.
That's exactly what Miss Robbie Montgomery, the owner of "Sweetie Pie's", is facing. Miss Robbie's youngest son, James "Tim" Norman, has been accused of hiring a man to shoot and kill her grandson, Andre' Montgomery Jr.. Montgomery Jr. is the child of Miss Robbie's eldest son who is deceased. Just one week ago Travell Hill plead guilty to shooting Montgomery Jr. but said that he was hired by Norman to carry out the heinous plot. A story that has been backed up by phone records, money transfers and even life insurance documents.
Although the evidence is stacking up against Norman, he's said to be maintaining his innocence and his mother has been quiet. Until now.
In a recent interview with Fox 2 to promote her newest single, Miss Robbie spoke very candidly, yet briefly, about Norman and whether or not she supports him. She said in part "I'm his mother and I don't know any more about it than you do."
Watch the video below.
Miss Robbie absolutely adored Andre and did everything in her power to make sure that he stayed out of trouble, graduated high school and learned the family business. Miss Robbie's show "Welcome to Sweetie Pie's" debuted on OWN in 2011 and was one of the network's most successful shows. The series ran until 2018 chronicling all of the ups and downs that come with working with family, breakups, employee hires and fires and more.
It's sad to see how this is all playing out. We're praying for Miss Robbie and her entire family.