“Former Reality TV Star Tim Norman Receives Two Life Sentences for Nephew’s Murder-For-Hire Plot”

Tim Norman, a former star on the reality show “Welcome to Sweetie Pie’s,” has been sentenced to two life terms in prison for his role in the murder-for-hire plot that resulted in the death of his nephew, Andre Montgomery. Norman was found guilty in a federal court in October 2020 of conspiracy to commit murder-for-hire and of aiding and abetting murder-for-hire.

Prosecutors alleged that Norman, along with his co-conspirator Terica Ellis, lured Montgomery to a location in St. Louis in 2016 where he was shot and killed. The motive for the murder was said to be a $450,000 life insurance policy that Montgomery had taken out and named Norman as the beneficiary.

At the sentencing hearing, Montgomery’s mother and other family members delivered emotional statements about the impact of his death on their lives. Norman also addressed the court, maintaining his innocence and saying that he had been wrongfully convicted. The judge, however, said that the evidence presented during the trial showed that Norman had played a significant role in the murder plot, and that he deserved the maximum sentence allowed by law.

The case has garnered national attention due to Norman’s reality show fame and the sensational nature of the murder-for-hire plot. Norman will serve his sentence in federal prison.

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