Timothy Bliefnick Arrested, Former Family Feud Contestant Charged With Murdering Estranged Wife

A former Family Feud contestant has been accused of murdering his ex-wife. On February 23, 41-year-old Rebecca Bliefnick’s body was found in her Illinois residence. On March 13, Timotheus W. Bliefnick, 39, was accused of breaking and entering and charged with two counts of first-degree murder.

Josh Jones, the chief trial attorney for the Adams County State’s Attorney, allegedly claimed, “That was not a random act of violence,” during a March 13 press conference. Yet it’s equally important to categorize the situation as a domestic violence incident. Timothy’s lawyer, Casey Schnack, told E! News that her client plans to plead not guilty when he appears in court later this month.

Preliminary motions, which include key pieces of evidence that we believe is readily obtainable, are where we focus the majority of our efforts. She screamed, “We’ve started putting Tim’s defense together. Tim won’t give up on his conviction that he is innocent until the jury returns a guilty verdict.

In a 2020 Family Feud episode, Timothy and his family made an appearance. During the presentation, Tim was questioned by host Steve Harvey about his worst wedding mistake. Honey, I do love you, but I have said that. Prior to entering the sales industry, Timothy played football for Quincy University. He said, “I’m not evil or at fault.

I love my wife very much. I’m going to run into issues because of it, aren’t I? According to his attorney, when Fox News Digital first saw the clip, “This. It’s not necessary to provide a stupid answer to a needless question on a ridiculous show when killing someone.

Even though her loved ones are still grieving over her departure, Rebecca was described in her online obituary as a qualified trauma nurse and a sexual assault nurse examiner. Although Rebecca was dedicated to her work, her main priority, according to her obituary, was spending time with the three children she had with Timothy: Deacon, Greyson, and Arlin.

Her boys were her greatest blessings in life, according to her obituary. She was the definition of a “man mom,” as seen by the unique “first day of school” posters she made each year, the Transformers costumes she made each year for Halloween, and her enthusiastic involvement in activities like frog hunting and fishing. She spent a lot of time and energy raising her boys to love God because she was a devoted Catholic.