*Reality television stars Jennifer Williams and Tami Roman are sparring on social media over Tim Norman (Jennifer’s ex) being arrested last week for masterminding a murder-for-hire plot.
Here’s more via Page Six:
When Norman was nabbed for allegedly conspiring to have his nephew Andre Montgomery killed to cash in on a $450,000 life insurance policy, Roman kidded on her “Bonnet Chronicles” Instagram series that she’d regretted riding with Williams in a Ferrari and now thinks the car was “blood bought!”
“Jennifer, you escaped it girl… If he would do that to his nephew, bitch you didn’t have a chance. And he probably wouldn’t have got caught because no one would’ve gave a f–k,” she quipped.
But in a statement to Page Six, Williams shot back: “I don’t talk to Tami and I don’t know why she is making fun of a horrific situation where a life was lost.” She added, “Tami is classless, and it was done in poor taste while a family is trying to come to terms with the ultimate betrayal from one of their own. That’s all I have to say about Tami’s tacky ass… With everything going on in the world and the climate within the Black community, I’m saddened a Black woman is tearing another one down. ”
Watch the video that has Jennifer upset below.
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Norman was arrested last week for an alleged murder-for-hire plot involving his nephew Andre Montgomery, who was fatally shot in 2016.
Here’s more via TMZ:
According to docs, prosecutors say Norman — who owns Sweetie Pie’s restaurant — took out a $450k life insurance policy on his nephew back in 2014 … and then worked with a Memphis-based woman named Terica Ellis to allegedly pull off the murder. The feds claim they communicated on burner phones in the days leading up to the killing in St. Louis.
Prosecutors claim Ellis got Andre’s location the day of the murder … then placed a call to Norman. Shortly after that, on March 14, 2016 … Montgomery was shot at killed, and the feds claim they ping’d Ellis’ phone near the scene of the crime.
Immediately after Montgomery’s murder … Ellis allegedly called Norman, left town and deposited $9k in cash into various bank accounts.
A week after his nephew’s murder, Norman contacted the life insurance company in an attempt to collect on the policy, but was unsuccessful.