‘Family Feud’ Contestant Who Killed Wife Was Chilling On Air
A former Family Feud contestant who is now charged with killing his wife responded quite eerily to the question: “What’s the biggest mistake you made at your wedding?”
“Family Feud” Contestant, Accused Wife Killer Coldly Answered Question On-Air About Being Married
Timothy Bliefnick, who was arrested Monday and charged with two counts of first-degree murder and one count of home invasion, had once taped an episode of the longtime game show back in 2019, according to TMZ.
In a damning video clip, host Steve Harvey put him right on the spot when he asked him: “What’s your biggest mistake you made ay your wedding?”
“Saying I do,” he coldly answered.
Couple Had Been Living Apart And Going Through A Divorce At The Time of The Killing
Just late last month, his estranged wife Rebecca Bliefnick was found murdered in her home. The couple had been living apart and were in the process of divorcing at the time of the kill.
Bliefnick’s answer prompted audible gasps from the crown before he quickly added that he loves his wife.
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Illinois | Rebecca Bliefnick, 41-years-old, was found dead in her home by a family member on February 23, after she failed to pickup her 3 children from school.
Now her estranged husband, Timothy Bliefnick, has been arrested (yesterday) for her murder. pic.twitter.com/l6dvBVDp9f
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For those unfamiliar with the game, the answers are based on a panel of 100 members of the studio audience and, incredibly, “I Do” was the second most popular answer.
Victim Tried To File For Restraining Order Against Estranged Husband, Who’s In Jail Being Held Without Bail
Rebecca reportedly had attempted to file for an order of protection against Timmy but it was not immediately clear if one had been in effect at the time of her death.
He’s currently being held in police custody without bail. the outlet reports.
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