Miss Robbie, the star of “Welcome to Sweetie Pie’s” on OWN, is mourning the loss of her grandson … who was shot and killed in St. Louis, and she believes he was set up.21-year-old Andre Montgomery was found in a house, unconscious with a gunshot wound Monday night. Police say he was pronounced dead on the scene … and at this point there’s no suspect.
Miss Robbie tells TMZ … the house where Andre was shot had a recording studio, and he was laying down a rap. She’s been told that during the recording session, Andre got a phone call to meet someone outside, and when he went out … that’s when he got shot.
Miss Robbie says there is one strong lead in the case — Andre was staying in a hotel, and on Tuesday morning someone used a key to enter the room. She says Andre’s belongings were missing from the room … but the person who went in was captured on surveillance cameras.
Andre was frequently featured with his family members on ‘Sweetie Pie’ … including his high school graduation in 2013, when Miss Robbie was beaming with pride.
A rep for OWN tells us, “Our hearts are with Miss Robbie, Andre’s Uncle Tim Norman and the rest of the Sweetie Pie’s family.”
‘Welcome to Sweetie Pie’s’ Star: Grandson Killed in Shooting
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