The Forsyth County, Georgia house exactly where 40-year-old mother-of-five Tamla Horsford died beneath suspicious situations in November was listed for sale final week – and it currently has a pending present.
Jeanne Meyers listed the house soon after hordes of reporters descended upon the 4000 block of Woodlet Court in Cumming, GA when social media customers demanded justice for Horsford who died soon after attending a slumber celebration on Nov. four, 2018.
A various listing service shows Meyers listed the six bedroom, five bath residence for $385,000 on Feb. 28. The three,700 sq. ft. residence currently has a pending present.
According to a supply, Meyers’ husband, Jose Barrera, went on a tirade on social media and denied rumors that the residence was for sale.
“Her conscience is consuming her alive,” mentioned the supply, referring to Meyers who filed a lawsuit against Horsford’s greatest pal, Michelle Wynne Graves, for accusing her of murder.
Final month a healthcare examiner stated that Horsford died from “various blunt force injuries” that are “constant with these received in a fall” from the residential deck in back of the residence.
Horsford’s physique was discovered facedown in the backyard. She was wearing only a pajama onesie on a evening when the temperature dipped into the low 40s in North Georgia. Her cellphone, footwear and jacket have been not with her physique when she was discovered.
Police photographs from the scene shows Horsford’s pink bag on the floor of the living area with her jacket folded neatly on prime of it.
Mates say Horsford would by no means go outdoors to smoke without the need of a jacket or footwear on. Specially considering the fact that she’s from the islands.
Her pals think her physique was dumped outdoors and the scene was staged to appear like she fell from the deck.