Former Reality Star Tim Norman Found Guilty On All Charges In Court

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The story of Tim Norman and the passing of his nephew Andre Montgomery has come to an end as the former reality star has been found guilty on all counts. Throughout the trial we’ve learned more details about the plot that caused Andre Montgomery his life. Now Tim Norman will have to face the consequences of his actions, while Ms. Robbie comes to terms of her son taking the life of her grandson.

The four people taken into custody in connection to Andre’s passing were Ms. Robbie’s son Tim Norman, an exotic dancer named Terica Ellis, former record producer and insurance agent Waiel Rebhi Yaghnam, and Travel Hill. Prior to the trial, everyone had already come clean about their participation in the plot and have been found guilty, thanks to evidence and confessions connecting them all to the crime. However, Tim Norman continued to maintain his innocence, blaming the entire case on the government to get him.

A podcaster researching Andre’s passing reached out to Tim a while back and got a five-page letter in return laying out what Tim believes is a cover-up to put him away for his participation in the Black Lives Matter moment. In it, he refers to himself as “T.V Dude” and says that his mother warned him that police would be after him following him attending several protests for Mike Brown. He says in the letters, “The Fraternal order has been messing with T.V. dude ever since the Mike Brown stuff…T.V. dude was really out there protesting with a lot of employees. His mom warned him.”

Ms. Robbie believed her son was innocent. In a recent interview, she expressed how disappointed she was in people “beating Tim up” when they still do not have all the facts. “I’m still his mom” she says, mentioned that Tim still has her full support. Ms. Robbie believed this is was all a big misunderstand that could happen to anybody’s family.

Although Ms. Robbie did not think her son was capable of hurting her grandson, evidence did point to Andre reaching out to her in fear and expressing his belief that Tim was after him days before his passing. Andre told his grandmother that he was very worried about Tim and did not feel safe in St. Louis. “Tim got people looking for me,” he said in the messages. It is unclear why Ms. Robbie did not take him serious, but Andre was definitely afraid of his uncle in the days leading up to his passing.

Today it’s been announced that a St. Louis jury has found Tim Norman guilty on all counts. The jury deliberated for 17 hours. Norman’s has been found guilty of three counts relating to passing of his nephew, Andre Montgomery. In closing remarks, Tim Norman’s attorney called the plot a made up theory.