Tim Norman ATTEMPTED 5 Policies On Nephew Andre | New Indictment and Text Messages Telling ALL!

Tim Norman of the hit own series Welcome To Sweetie Pies has been in jail for the past few months for plotting to get rid of his nephew Andre Montgomery. Tim was successful in doing so but took others along with him for the ride and its ultimately gotten everyone in a heap of trouble. Tim is set to go back to court next month but the details of this case keep unraveling and it seems that Tim may not be able to dodge whats coming to him. Tim has the accomplice of Terrica Ellis, Waiel Yaghnam and Travell Hill all set for court next month. What are your thoughts?

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