Angela Simmons Ex-Fiancé’s Killer Sentenced To Life In Prison, Following Angela’s Emotional Testimony On Behalf Of Their Son
A sentence has been given for the man convicted of murdering Angela Simmons ex-fiancé, Sutton Tennyson.
Earlier today, it was reported that Michael Williams will serve life in prison for the murder of Sutton Tennyson. According to reports, Sutton’s reality TV star ex-fiancé and mother of his son, Angela Simmons, gave a moving speech prior to the sentencing.
Reportedly, Angela told the judge how excited Sutton Tennyson was to raise their now 5-year-old son, Sutton Jr. Additionally, Angela admitted to crying often in grief, and shared that her son often asks when his father is coming back.
Sutton Tennyson was found dead outside his Atlanta home by police, riddled with 13 bullet holes in November of 2018. At the time it was unclear why the killing took place, but was reportedly suspected to be an attempted robbery gone awry. Shortly after details of the murder was released, convicted felon Michael Williams turned himself in for the shooting.
According to reports, Michael was sentenced to life in prison and received an additional 15 years for possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. He will eligible for parole after serving a minimum 30 years in jail.
Angela made it clear that although Sutton is no longer physically present, his legacy will be remembered by his Jr.
Our thoughts and prayers continue to go out to Angela and Sutton’s loved ones.