The Forsyth County, Georgia home where 40-year-old mother-of-5 Tamla Horsford died under suspicious circumstances in November was listed for sale last week - and it already has a pending offer.
Jeanne Meyers listed the home after hordes of reporters descended upon the 4000 block of Woodlet Court in Cumming, GA when social media users demanded justice for Horsford who died after attending a slumber party on Nov. 4, 2018.
A multiple listing service shows Meyers listed the 6 bedroom, 5 bath house for $385,000 on Feb. 28. The 3,700 sq. ft. house already has a pending offer.
According to a source, Meyers' boyfriend, Jose Barrera, went on a tirade on social media and denied rumors that the house was for sale.
"Her conscience is eating her alive," said the source, referring to Meyers who filed a lawsuit against Horsford's best friend, Michelle Wynne Graves, for accusing her of murder.
Last month a medical examiner stated that Horsford died from "multiple blunt force injuries" that are "consistent with those received in a fall" from the residential deck in back of the house.
Horsford's body was found facedown in the backyard. She was wearing only a pajama onesie on a night when the temperature dipped into the low 40s in North Georgia. Her cellphone, shoes and jacket were not with her body when she was found.
Police photos from the scene shows Horsford's pink bag on the floor of the living room with her jacket folded neatly on top of it.
Friends say Horsford would never go outside to smoke without a jacket or shoes on. Especially since she's from the islands.
Her friends believe her body was dumped outside and the scene was staged to look like she fell from the deck.