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New Details on Death of Angela Simmons Baby Father


Now that the autopsy report has been completed, new details are available for the death of Angela Simmons’ baby father, Sutton Tennyson.

As it turns out, Tennyson was shot 13 times in his home’s driveway, in Atlanta, Georgia. According to the report, obtained by TMZ, the bullets struck Tennyson’s chest, arms, legs, lungs, spleen, and his stomach. Three of the bullets caused severe damage to his heart, which later contributed to his death.

Tennyson died in November 2018. He left behind a son, Sutton Joseph Tennyson, whom he shared with Angela Simmons.

After the shooting, Tennyson’s alleged killer did turn himself into the authorities. However, according to HotNewHiphop, the alleged killer, Michael Williams, denies having anything to do with Tennyson’s murder. He does, however, suggest that the incident was prompted due to a disagreement over money.

As for Simmons, she continues to raise their son. It’s her first child, and though she admits that raising him alone is sometimes difficult, she’s getting over the hurdles of being a single parent.

Thoughts? Do you think Michael Williams was the real killer? Were 13 shots too much? Share your thoughts with us, using our comment section below.

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