Man Ple’ads Gui’lty To Taking Life Of Sweetie Pies, Andre Montgomery After Being Hired By Tim Norman, Now Jennifer Williams Is Trending

Welcome to Sweetie Pie’s was an American Reality Show starring Robbie Montgomery. Montgomery was a former Ikette and found initial fame in the ’60s with Ike and Tina Turner. Over the years, she became a restaurant owner, and the series focused on her family and various restaurants. It ran on Oprah Winfrey’s OWN for nine seasons before ending in 2018. Featured on the show with Robbie was her son Tim Norman and other members of the extended family including Andre Montgomery Jr, her grandson.

During the series, Andre Montgomery Jr. became the subject of several episodes. The teen had lost his father, Andre Sr, and had relocated to St. Louis to get a new start on life. The show followed him as he str’uggled through school and visited his father’s grave. He was very close to his grandmother and set to inherit her empire. In 2016, it was revealed that Andre Jr.’s life had been taken in St. Louis. Shortly afterward, his uncle Tim Norman became a person of interest after it was revealed that Norman was the sole benefactor in Andre’s Jr. estate. Tim allegedly hired an exotic dancer from Memphis and another man to assist in the plot. Andre was only 21.

Travel Hill Pled Guilty For Taking Andre Montgomery’s Life

While everyone is shocked by the ve’rdict confirming Tim Norman’s involvement, fans of Jennifer Williams are not so shocked. Williams is famous for her time on Basketball Wives and briefly dated Tim Norman after she split from her husband, Eric Williams. She and Tim would also eventually split, and afterward, she admitted that Norman had been har’assi’ng and stalking her. Williams even ac’cused him of theft. Despite plans to move in together and even get married, Williams said that Norman had a bad temper and was very aggr’essive. He got an apartment across the street from her in Los Angeles without her knowledge.

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