Michelle Swing Wiki, Michelle Swing Biography, Age, Net Worth
The 29-year-old is reportedly cooperating with the FBI after it was revealed she is the apparent owner of two Bakertown Road homes linked to the Nashville bomber suspect in Tennessee.
Warner is said to have gifted her a $ 160,000 house last month, and a $ 249,000 house last year.
Her signature reportedly does not appear on the November 25 transfer.
Swing told the Daily Mail: “In the state of Tennessee you can deed property to someone else without their consent or their signature or anything.
“I didn’t even buy the house he just deeded it over to me without my knowledge. So this all very weird to me, that’s about all I can say.”
According to her LinkedIn profile, she studied Marketing and Business and the University of Tennessee in Knoxville.
She apparently remained working there until 2012 when she moved to California.
Swing first moved to San Francisco before relocating to Los Angeles in October 2018.
She works in artist development for Anschutz Entertainment Group.
How is she linked to Nashville bomb suspect Anthony Quinn Warner?
Swing declined to say if she had ever met Warner or if she had family links, and said to direct further questions to the FBI.
Cops have raided the $ 160,000 property on Bakertown Road as part of the probe, with the house linked to Warner since the 1980s.
Warner is the prime suspect in the explosion, and DNA from the scene was sent to be cross referenced with his family to identify if the remains are his.
The massive blast was presumed to have come from a bomb inside a white RV parked on 2nd Avenue near the AT&T building at 6.40am.
The explosion injured three people, damaged at least 41 businesses in the area and caused one building to partially collapse.
Police are still investigating the motive behind the attack and have not yet released further details.
Why did Anthony Quinn Warner give her two homes?
It is unclear why the homes were given to Swing.
The $ 249k house formerly belonged to a family member of Warner, and he was reportedly only in possession of it for five months before gifting it to Swing.
Nashville bombing suspect Anthony Quinn Warner gave away $160K house
The man being scrutinized by federal authorities in connection with the Christmas morning downtown Nashville bombing deeded his property a month before the blast to a woman with East Tennessee ties, records show.
Anthony Quinn Warner, 63, signed over property at 115 Bakertown Road on Nov. 25 in the Antioch area to Michelle L. Swing, Davidson County records show.
Records show Swing, a University of Tennessee graduate, has a Los Angeles address. Records show she previously had a Lenoir City address.
In the early 2010s, she worked at AC Entertainment in Knoxville.
The Nov. 25 quit claim deed identified Warner as unmarried. It bears his signature, “Anthony Q.
Efforts to reach anyone at the Lenoir City address were unsuccessful.
Federal authorities searched Warner’s duplex on Bakertown Road on Saturday. They said their investigation into the Second Avenue North bombing led them to the address.
The Daily Mail reported that Swing was unaware Warner had transferred the property to her last month. She referred further questions to the FBI, which is investigating the 6:30 a.m. Friday explosion of an RV on the popular street near the waterfront.
Warner’s November move was the second time he’d transferred property to Swing, records show.
In January 2019, he deeded a house at 3724 Bakertown Road in the Antioch area to her, Davidson County records show.
Records at the time listed an address for Swing on Westchester Court in Lenoir City.
The quit claim deed identified Warner as unmarried. It bears his signature, “Anthony Q. Warner.”
“Said property is conveyed subject to such limitations, restrictions and encumbrances as may affect the premises,” the document states.
Through a series of transactions later that year, Swing conveyed the property in March 2019 to Betty Christine Lane, records show. The document bears Swing’s signature.
The property previously had been owned by Charles and Betty C. Warner, records show.
The Bakertown Road properties are less than a mile from each other east of Interstate 24 in the Nashville area.
An RV resembling the one used in the bombing had been seen parked at Warner’s Bakertown property in the weeks before the explosion.
Someone drove it up to Second Avenue North about 1:30 a.m. Friday, Metro Nashville police have said. About five hours later it exploded, after recordings blaring from it warned people in the area to evacuate.
Some 40 buildings in the area, including businesses and residences, suffered damage in the blast.
The recordings indicated there was a bomb that was about to go off. Metro Nashville patrol officers on the scene also said Sunday they could hear Petula Clark’s 1960s hit “Downtown” coming from the RV.
Authorities have said human tissue has been found at the scene of the blast. It’s not clear if the remains belong to Warner or someone else.
Reports suggest Friday’s bombing may have been a suicide.