Angela Simmons and her son suffered a tragic loss again in 2018, and it seems to be like justice has lastly been served! Michael Williams, the person convicted of murdering Simmons’ late ex-fiancé Sutton Tennyson, has been sentenced to life in jail in connection to the crime.
In line with TMZ, Angela gave an emotional speech in courtroom on Friday, explaining that her 5-year-old son continuously asks when his dad will come again residence. She additionally expressed that her son won’t ever know what it’s wish to develop up along with his father.
Williams was sentenced to life for homicide, and was hit with an extra 15 years for possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. He’ll reportedly be eligible for parole after serving a minimal of 30 years behind bars.
As we beforehand reported, authorities discovered Tennyson in his storage with a number of gunshot wounds in 2018. He was reportedly talking with a person in his driveway when an intense argument ensued and gunshots rang out. Witnesses alleged they noticed a person velocity away in a automobile after pictures had been fired.
Williams turned himself in to the Atlanta Police Division in December 2020, and was charged with homicide, aggravated assault with a lethal weapon and possession of a firearm throughout fee of a felony. Regardless of Williams turning himself over to police, his legal professional maintained his innocence on the time.
Angela beforehand opened up about having tough conversations together with her son Sutton Jr. in regards to the lack of his father. Throughout a 2020 episode of ‘Rising Up Hip-Hop,’ Angela recalled her child boy explicitly asking if his dad is alive.
I used to be with my son, and tremendous emotional proper, even to speak about it. He was searching the window and he’s like, ‘Daddy, white automobile. I query him, ‘The place do you see him?’ or ‘Who’s Daddy? What does he seem like?’ I’m asking him. I’m like, ‘Do you wish to see your dad?’ and he’s like, ‘Sure.’ So he comes over and I begin displaying him movies and photos and stuff, and he stopped. It’s not like he’s full conversational but, so that is what sort of makes it emotional. He was like, ‘Is he alive?’”
She went on to clarify to Sutton Jr. that his daddy is in “in Heaven with God.”
Please maintain Angela and Sutton’s family members in your prayers throughout this tough time.