Angela Simmons Ex-Fiancé’s Killer Sentenced To Life In Prison

She gave an emotional testimony on behalf of their son.

Sutton Tennyson’s killer has reportedly been sentenced to life in prison.

Michael Williams was convicted of the 2018 killing of Tennyson, who’s the ex-fiancé of Angela Simmons. According to TMZ, the Growing Up Hip Hop star provided emotional testimony in court prior to Williams’ sentencing on Friday (April 15) during which she revealed that her son, also named Sutton, “constantly asks” when her late fiancé “will come back.”

Simmons also said she cries “all the time” about how excited Tennyson was to raise their son prior to his death. Additionally she stated that her son “will carry” on his father’s legacy.

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Williams received life in prison for killing Tennyson, as well as an additional 15 years for possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. According to TMZ, he is eligible for parole after serving a minimum of 30 years in jail.

Sutton Tennyson was shot and killed after an altercation that escalated from an argument. Police discovered the 37-year-old deceased with multiple gunshot wounds inside of an open garage.

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