NBA superstar Kawhi Leonard’s sister has been sentenced to a lifetime in prison without the possibility of parole for the killing of an elderly woman.
Kimesha Williams — the five-time All Star’s sister — was convicted for first-degree murder, robbery and elder abuse in February, and received her sentence on Saturday.
Along with 39-year-old Williams, Candace Townsell, 42, received the same conviction and sentence for the 2019 murder, where the victim was left with her head “exploding” — according to Superior Court Judge Timothy Freer.
The pair followed 84-year-old Afaf Assad to a bathroom at the Pechanga Resort Casino in Temecula, California, according to the Mercury News.
Williams went into the bathroom while Townsell played lookout, and the latter even blocked a custodian from entering the bathroom.