Sweetie Pie’s is closing doorways in St. Louis after Tim Norman was discovered responsible of killing his nephew
Sweetie Pie’s last location in St. Louis, MO has closed its doors after the owner’s son, Tim Norman, was found guilty of murder for hire.
Robbie Montgomery took to Instagram and wrote:
Thank you everyone for the years of support ❤️,” she wrote Instagram Wednesday, alongside a photo of a notice saying the restaurant will make way for a Veterans Hospital expansion.
“We thank each and every one of you for your 25 years of support,” his sign reads.
As previously reported, Tim Norman was found guilty on all counts of his murder-for-hire trial.
As we previously reportedAuthorities have accused the former ‘Welcome To Sweetie Pie’s’ star of plotting the murder of his nephew Andre Montgomery Jr. in 2016.
Prosecutors charged Norman with hiring two people to end his nephew’s life before he took out $450,000 life insurance on Montgomery two years earlier.
Authorities believe Norman paid an exotic dancer, Terica Ellis, $10,000 to lure his nephew to the area that took his life. He allegedly paid Travell Anthony Hill $5,000 to shoot his 21-year-old nephew.
Norman was found guilty of murder for hire, murder for hire, and mail fraud. He is due to be sentenced on December 15 and faces life imprisonment.