Who Gives A Complete Stranger Two Free Houses? Authorities Trying To Find Link Of Nashville Bomber To L.A. Woman Who Works In Entertainment Industry.

The suspect at the middle of the investigation in the Christmas morning Nashville bombing, Anthony Quinn Warner, reportedly signed over two houses to Michelle Swing recently. So, who is Swing?

A Los Angeles resident, Swing is an artist development director at AEG Presents and her connection to the 63-year old Warner has not yet been revealed. Swing did work in Knoxville, Tenn., at AC Entertainment as a marketing coordinator from May 2011 to May 2012. The agency is the one that handles the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, among other events.

Swing’s career took her to San Francisco for jobs with Vendini and eventually StubHub before joining AEG in Los Angeles in 2018.

Swing spoke to DailyMail.com and said, “I’ve been told to direct everything else to the FBI” and declined to discuss whether she had ever met Warner or if she had any family ties to him. She also denied having knowledge of the homes being signed over to her.

According to reports, Warner gave Swing a $160,000 house via a quitclaim deed in January 2019, then on Nov. 25 of 2020, Warner gave her another home worth $249,999 also via a quitclaim. Both homes are located in the Antioch neighborhood, which is located about 12 miles from downtown Nashville.

The bombing incident is still being investigated, but an RV belonging to Warner is believed to be the one that was parked on the street in downtown Nashville. The RV broadcast a warning to evacuate the area while also reportedly playing Petula Clark’s 1965 hit, “Downtown.” DNA evidence confirmed Warner died in the explosion.

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