The Plot Thickens: Producer Wally Yaghnam Charged in Connection to Tim Norman’s Alleged Murder for Hire Scheme

by Taylor Handberry Staggers

August 25, 2020

PHOTO BY ST. LOUIS CITY JUSTICE CENTER/MADISON COUNTY, MISS., DETENTION CENTER

Unfortunately, the scandal behind Andre Montgomery Jr.’s murder has gotten deeper. Waiel ‘Wally’ Yaghnam has been arrested in connection to the alleged murder-for-hire scheme that officials claim was orchestrated by Montgomery’s uncle Tim Norman.

This all started last week when Norman was arrested for allegedly having Montgomery, who is his nephew, killed in 2018 in order to cash out on a life insurance policy.

Yaghnam, who is known for being the leading producer for rapper Nelly‘s infamous album “Nellyville,” has been charged with conspiracy after acting as Norman’s insurance agent, assisting him in falsifying documents to procure the $450,000 policy on Montgomery.

Montgomery and Norman are the nephew and son, respectively, of Miss. Robbie, the business owner and star of the hit reality show “Welcome to Sweetie Pie’s.”

Photo by John Sciulli/Getty Images for NAACP Image Awards

You can read the details of the alleged murder plot here.

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