A previous Family members Feud contestant is getting accused of killing his estranged wife.
Timothy W. Bliefnick, 39, was billed March 13 with two counts of to start with-degree murder and house invasion in the loss of life of Rebecca Bliefnick, 41, who was located dead in her Illinois household on Feb. 23, according to courtroom paperwork.
“It was not a random act of violence,” Josh Jones, guide trial lawyer for the Adams County State’s Attorney, claimed at a push convention March 13, according to Persons. “Nevertheless, it is equally as critical to identify the party for what it is—an act of domestic violence.”
Timothy’s lawyer Casey Schnack, even so, confirmed to E! Information that her customer ideas to plead not guilty at his court docket hearing afterwards this thirty day period.
“We have strike the floor managing in planning Tim’s protection and have spent the the greater part of our time getting ready preliminary motions with sure objects of evidence we feel to be out there,” Casey shared. “We have spoken to many customers of Tim’s family members that are standing driving him and can communicate to his character. Tim maintains his presumption of innocence until eventually a decide will take that absent from him.”
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Timothy, who experienced been separated from his wife for two several years according to his lawyer, appeared on a 2020 episode of Family members Feud with his mom and dad and siblings.
In the course of the episode, host Steve Harvey asked Timothy, “What’s your most significant blunder you made at your marriage ceremony?” He responded, “Honey, I appreciate you, but, ‘Said I do.'”
“Not my mistake, not my blunder,” Timothy, who played soccer at Quincy College right before getting to be a sales government continued. “I appreciate my wife. I’m gonna get in difficulty for that, aren’t I?”
Following Fox Information Digital initially found the clip, his attorney told the outlet, “It really is a sport show. A foolish solution to a silly issue on a foolish exhibit does not make just one a assassin.”
As spouse and children and buddies continue mourning the loss of Rebecca, an on-line obituary confirms she was a licensed trauma nurse and a sexual assault nurse examiner.
And although Rebecca was focused to her experienced lifestyle, her obituary suggests her greatest passion was getting a mom to her a few sons Deacon, Greyson and Arlin, who she shared with Timothy.
“Her boys have been her globe, her life’s greatest items,” her obituary mentioned. “She was the quintessential ‘boy mom,’ aptly illustrated by making, for Halloween, Transformers costumes that truly transformed, making custom ‘first day of school’ posters every calendar year, and leaping all-in with fishing and frog looking and nearly anything sports activities. Her Catholic faith was of excellent relevance, and she labored diligently to instill her love for God in her boys.”