‘Household Feud’ contestant who killed spouse chilled on air

A former Family disputes The candidate, who is now charged with his wife’s murder, had a rather sinister response when asked: “What’s the biggest mistake you made at your wedding?”

“Family Feud” contestant, accused of wife-killing, coldly answered the show’s question about whether he was married

Timothy BliefnickArrested Monday and charged with double first-degree murder and a home invasion, he said he once taped an episode of the long-running game show in 2019 TMZ.

In a fucking video clip, host Steve Harvey put him squarely on the spot when he asked him, “What’s your biggest mistake you made at your wedding?”

“I say yes,” he replied coldly.

The couple had been living apart at the time of the murder and were divorcing

Just late last month, his estranged wife, Rebecca Bliefnick, was found murdered at their home. The couple had lived separately and were in the process of divorce at the time of the murder.

Bliefnick’s response caused the crown to gasp audibly before quickly adding that he loves his wife.

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Illinois | Rebecca Bliefnick, 41, was found dead at her home by a family member on February 23 after failing to pick up her three children from school.

Now her estranged husband Timothy Bliefnick (yesterday) has been arrested for her murder. pic.twitter.com/l6dvBVDp9f

– Nerdy 🅰🅳🅳🅸🅲🆃 (@Nerdy_Addict) March 14, 2023

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 attempted to seek a restraining order against his estranged husband, who is in jail and being held without bail

Rebecca had reportedly attempted to apply for a protective order against Timmy, but it wasn’t immediately clear if a protective order was in place at the time of her death.

He is currently in police custody without bail. the outlet reports.

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