‘HE KILLED MY BABY’ Simone Biles’ Brother Attacked by Victim’s Mom In Court After He’s Acquitted Of Murder!

FEATURED PHOTO: TEVIN BILES-THOMAS AQUITTED OF MURDER CHARGES

MOTHER OF ONE OF THE MURDER VICTIMS IS RESTRAINED FROM ATTACKING TEVIN BILES-THOMAS

YourBlackWorld.net, By Victor Omondi, Posted June 28th 2021

An Ohio courtroom where the brother of Simone Biles was acquitted in a triple homicide case related to a New Year’s Eve party shooting in 2018 momentarily devolved into chaos this month as the mother of one of the murder victims charged toward him, shouting, “I’m going to kill you.”

After Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court Judge Joan Synenberg issued her ruling that acquitted Tevin Biles-Thomas, a woman in the gallery at the Huntington Convention Center in Cleveland yelled, “You have to be f—-ng kidding me” and charged toward the defendant.

“He killed my baby! You know he killed my baby!” the woman continued, as body camera footage released by Cuyahoga County showed her get up from a folding chair and run toward Biles-Thomas. Three sheriff’s deputies tackled her before she could reach the defendant.

“We get it, she’s angry. She was led to believe Mr. Biles was guilty, when he wasn’t, and she reacted like a mother. We don’t fault her for that,” Joseph Patituce, the defense attorney representing Biles-Thomas, said in an interview with Fox 8 Cleveland.

“She lost a son and we understand, and we respect the fact that she has suffered horribly, her family has suffered horribly, just like the other families — including Mr. Biles,” Patituce said. “I mean, Mr. Biles’ own cousin was murdered in this case and he had to sit there and stand trial with the accusation that he was responsible, murdered his own cousin, which simply wasn’t true.”

Biles-Thomas was a soldier in the U.S. Army, although his current status is unknown.

The Olympic gold medalist, Simone Biles, who was separated from Biles-Thomas during childhood, addressed her brother’s arrest back in 2019, saying, “My heart aches for everyone involved, especially for the victims and their families.” She added, “There is nothing that I can say that will heal anyone’s pain, but I do want to express my sincere condolences to everyone affected by this terrible tragedy.”

The woman is not facing criminal charges after the courtroom outburst, Fox 8 reported. Biles-Thomas was acquitted of multiple counts of murder, voluntary manslaughter, and felonious assault after the judge ruled Tuesday that prosecutors didn’t present evidence to sustain a conviction.

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