Victim’s Mother Rushes To Attack Simone Biles’ Brother After He Was Acquitted Of Triple Murder (VIDEO)
Simone Biles’ brother, Tevin, was acquitted on all charges this week after he was accused of shooting and killing three men at a 2018 New Year’s Eve party, according to NBC News.
On Tuesday, an Ohio judge granted a motion by Tevin Biles-Thomas’ attorneys to dismiss the case based on insufficient evidence. The judge said that witness description of clothing worn by the shooter was “75% accurate at best.”
Biles-Thomas was arrested in 2019 and charged with murder after police said that he shot and killed three men at a New Year’s Eve party.
Devaughn Gibson, DelVaunte Johnson, and Toshon Banks all died of multiple gunshot wounds. Gibson was Biles-Thomas’ cousin. Biles-Thomas initially faced 15 charges because of that incident but judge declared a mistrial in the first trial last month over a paperwork issue.
“It can’t be forgotten that Tevin not only has suffered through two and a half years of defending himself, but he also lost a loved one, too,” said Biles-Thomas’ attorney, Joseph Patituce, via NBC News.
Once the ruling came down in the courtroom, things got intense when a mother of one of the victims charged toward Biles-Thomas after the trial was dismissed and yelled out.
“You have to be f***ing kidding me,” she yelled, per NBC News. “I’m going to kill you.”
Biles issued a statement about her brother’s arrest, but has been quiet about the whole situation ever since.