Phil Bredfeldt Apparently Dumps Wife, a Woman Who Serially Accused Me for a Decade with Him at Her Side

Posted on January 24, 2020

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Philip Bredfeldt, Philip Alan Bredfeldt, Tiffany Gail Hargis, Tiffany Hargis, Tiffany Gail Bredfeldt, Phil Bredfeldt, Ray Bredfeldt, Jeremy Cheezum, Kim Cheezum, Ruth Bredfeldt, Ray and Ruth Bredfeldt, Tim and GaLyn Hargis, GaLyn Hargis, Tim Hargis, Jeremy and Kim Cheezum, Stephanie Bergeron Perdue, Michael Honeycutt, Beth West, Toby Baker, Greg Abbott, Tiffany Bredfeldt, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, TCEQ


For reasons I may share in a forthcoming post, I believe someone has been manipulating Google’s algorithm to submerge or suppress returns for posts on this blog.

If I’m right, one of the ironic side effects has been the elevation in Google returns of what should be obscure facts about an obscure guy named Philip Alan Bredfeldt.



A seeming attempt to quash negative information has only succeeded in bringing other facts to the fore.

Phil also pops up as “Philip Allen Bredfeldt,” which would seem to be a lame attempt at disguise.


Same address, same relations, altered middle name


Phil Bredfeldt is an infantile middle-aged tool who, at his wife’s side, subjected me to repeated prosecutions over a 12-year period, alleging everything from harassment to stalking to sexual assault and violent danger—all to cover up extramarital mischief of hers. The couple used my public record as a no-flush toilet.

They also tried to have me imprisoned while my father lay on his deathbed and my inheritance was in foreclosure.

That was until the court turned on them. An unlawful injunction they had secured with the help of a lowlife attorney in 2013, which prohibited me from exposing their deceits (even by “word of mouth”), was dissolved in 2018.

While I was being sued by Phil, whom I’ve never seen outside of a courtroom, he and his wife, Tiffany Bredfeldt, used a post office box in another state in order to maintain the sham that they were terrified I might come calling.

Now Phil’s home address tops the returns for the search terms Phil Bredfeldt on Google. It would seem that either Phil’s vestigial testicles descended in his fifth decade of life, or he’s no longer concerned who knows about his hoax.


Stephanie Bergeron Perdue, Toby Baker, Beth West, TCEQ, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Tiffany Bredfeldt, Tiffany G. Bredfeldt


Also notable is that while Tiffany G. Bredfeldt appears to remain in or around Bastrop, Texas, in the employ of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), Phil himself reportedly resides and is registered to vote in a different time zone. His new home base, Durango, Colorado, confirmed by his engineering license, is nearby the town of Montrose, which is where his sister and brother-in-law Kim and Jeremy Cheezum and (suggests Google) his mother and father, Ray and Ruth Bredfeldt, live.

I guess deceiving the court for so long was stressful on Phil, and he craved the comfort of family.

I don’t care enough to try to determine conclusively whether Phil and Tiffany Bredfeldt, who made a great show for over a decade in court of being conjugally devoted, are now divorced.

What seems evident, though, is that they live in different states, which is tantamount to the same thing, and my belief that their marriage was one of convenience, which wed the wealth of a conservative Christian doctor’s family to a conservative Christian banker’s family, seems corroborated.

The last case against me (two-years long) concluded about the time the Internet reports Phil Bredfeldt “shared his journey on the Rimrocker Trail” with RimRockerTrail.org (June 22, 2018). Phil submitted selfies, including one in which he smiles in rainbow socks, taken as he rode the 160-mile Colorado trail on his mountain bike. Alone.

It must have been very cathartic for him after tormenting me for a dozen years and steamrolling my ambitions while he advanced his own career.

I can still picture Phil on the stand in 2016 whimpering of honest statements I had made concerning marital infidelity by his wife, “It isn’t true!” He hammed it up for his audience, as I imagine his sleazy lawyer had instructed him to do.

His amateur hour salesmanship was probably convincing enough to the judge. The only one it seems to have failed to convince was everybody else.

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*Phil Bredfeldt’s family members are evangelical Christians who belong to a denomination called the Presbyterian Church in America and who purportedly view divorce very gravely. If Phil did divorce his wife, I may have provided the validating excuse (possibly the one that Phil denied under oath). And this family, which seems to have learned the value of piousness but not the values of piousness, is, I think, just self-important enough to believe that I should draw some consolation from that.

**Below is a synopsis of statements Phil Bredfeldt’s wife, Tiffany, gave in evidence to the court or, in one instance, to the police only between the years 2006 and 2017. They provide all the background to the matter a reader will require. Phil Bredfeldt, who was privy to all of these statements, supported them fully, including under oath. The couple even provided sworn affidavits to the court “confirming” that they were telling the truth. The reader may wonder where Phil Bredfeldt was while this was purportedly going on (and with whom), which is a question he escaped ever having to answer in court.




Michael Honeycutt, TCEQ, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, EPA, Environmental Protection Agency, Tiffany Bredfeldt, Governor Greg Abbott, Beth West TCEQ, TCEQ Human Resources Director Beth West, TCEQ Executive Director Toby Baker, Toby Baker TCEQ, TCEQ Deputy Executive Director Stephanie Bergeron Perdue







Michael Honeycutt, TCEQ, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, EPA, Environmental Protection Agency, Tiffany Bredfeldt, Governor Greg Abbott, Beth West TCEQ, TCEQ Human Resources Director Beth West, TCEQ Executive Director Toby Baker, Toby Baker TCEQ, TCEQ Deputy Executive Director Stephanie Bergeron Perdue


Michael Honeycutt, TCEQ, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, EPA, Environmental Protection Agency, Tiffany Bredfeldt, Governor Greg Abbott, Beth West TCEQ, TCEQ Human Resources Director Beth West, TCEQ Executive Director Toby Baker, Toby Baker TCEQ, TCEQ Deputy Executive Director Stephanie Bergeron Perdue