Where is Nikki Addimando now?

A mother-of-two has been charged with murder after being accused of fatally shooting her longtime boyfriend.

Nikki Addimando admitted to killing Christopher Grover in self-defense.

Nikki Addimando was convicted of second-degree murder and criminal gun possession


Nikki Addimando was convicted of second-degree murder and criminal gun possessionCredit: Nicole Addimando/Facebook

Where is Nikki Addimando now?

Nikki Addimando is incarcerated at Bedford Hills Correctional Facility in New York.

Nikki is expected to be released from prison sometime in 2024.

In December 2022, attorneys sympathetic to her case petitioned the state to grant her clemency.

Ultimately, Governor Kathy Hochul denied Nicole Addimando’s Community Defense Committee clemency petition.

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“I desperately feel the weight of empowering other survivors before it’s too late, before they end up where I am or worse,” Nikki told ABC News.

“Even with a reduced sentence, even if I’d been acquitted, I’ll live with it for the rest of my life.”

While Nikki serves out the remainder of her prison term, she and Grover’s two children stay with her sister, Michelle Horton.

Michelle retains ongoing custody of Nikki’s son Ben and daughter Faye.

When was Nikki convicted?

On April 12, 2019, Nikki was found guilty of second-degree murder and criminal possession of a weapon.

At that time she was sentenced to 19 years of life imprisonment.

She took the opportunity to address the court: “I know killing is not a solution and staying hurts, but leaving is not living.

“Often we end up dead or where I stand…alive but still not free. That’s why women don’t go.”

Nikki has two children with her late boyfriend Christopher Grover


Nikki has two children with her late boyfriend Christopher GroverCredit: Nicole Addimando/Facebook

However, her sentence was reduced on July 14, 2021 due to guidelines outlined in the Domestic Violence Survivors Justice Act.

Although her conviction was upheld, the new sentence only required Nikki to live seven and a half years instead of 19.

How can I watch Nikki’s episode 20/20?

Nikki’s case is retold in an episode of ABC’s 20/20 entitled Kill or Be Killed.

On February 3, 2023, Kill or Be Killed is scheduled to premiere at 9 p.m. EST on the aforementioned network.

The show features reports from host Juju Chang as she interviews investigators, family and friends close to the investigation.

Chang also interviews Nikki herself, who admits, “It was either kill or be killed.

“I think there is a misunderstanding about victims and perpetrators. I think it’s hard to understand that someone can be both.”

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Streaming options are available for those who miss Friday’s broadcast.

When the episode’s cable premiere ends, viewers can catch the special by streaming it on Hulu.

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