Tiffany Bredfeldt, Lying Freak

Posted on February 10, 2022


To whom it may concern: It is the qualified conviction of this writer that the subject of this post, Tiffany Bredfeldt, Ph.D., is a chronic, manipulative, and inveterate liar who has no business occupying a position of public trust or even one that depends on good faith relations among colleagues. Anyone involved in a transaction with this woman, social or professional, should conduct it with a trusted third party present and in a public setting—or with the office door propped wide open.

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The photographs juxtaposed above (dated approximately 2005, 2016, and 2022) are of the same person, a serial deceiver who derailed the author’s life by hoaxing the police and courts for 12 years even as she herself worked in government as a senior public official. Underscoring the unscrupulous persistence of people like her, the woman evidently still maintains her fictions even as she seems to be trying to disassociate herself from reports of those fictions by literally trying to look like somebody else.

The writer has chronicled his experiences with Tiffany Bredfeldt, Ph.D., a cunning and committed con artist, in many prior posts. This post is prompted by fresh efforts on Bredfeldt’s part to suppress her negative press and remarket herself on LinkedIn.

Maybe she’s looking for a different job. Or a new boyfriend. Her husband seems to have divorced her after the last time she took the writer to court, that time with the intent not just to scald him but to have him imprisoned.

Below are statements from testimony and evidence provided by Tiffany Bredfeldt, a senior government scientist, to Arizona law enforcement officials and judges over a 10-year period in prosecutions that spanned fully 12 years (she has also admitted to giving similar statements to police and public officials in other states). The second-person statements that follow are from emails from Bredfeldt to the writer that she entered into evidence herself, apparently with complete confidence that the contradictions would go unremarked. The setting is the author’s own home, which Bredfeldt frequented, typically at night, wearing a crocodile grin and no wedding ring, for three months.

In 16 years, the author’s home is the only place he has ever encountered Bredfeldt outside of a courthouse. Bredfeldt and the writer have not resided in the same state since shortly after her accusations began, and the writer has had no contact with her since that time (nor has he ever been to Texas, where Bredfeldt has been employed as a senior toxicologist for the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, or TCEQ, and according to Texas Tribune investigative reporter Kiah Collier, still is).

Here is a fuller version of one of the false accounts excerpted above, given by one of Bredfeldt’s witnesses, her boss, Michael Honeycutt, Ph.D., director of toxicology for the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality:

These finally are excerpted remarks from emails to the writer by a reportedly mentally ill woman, Jen J. Terpstra (or Jenn Oas when the writer first met her), who would apologize to the writer in 2012 and then be induced by Bredfeldt a few months afterwards to testify on Bredfeldt’s behalf:

See the cautionary note that prefaces this post.

Bredfeldt is presently under a court injunction barring her from reintroducing any of her copious prior claims against the writer, from surveilling the writer, and from having any direct contact with him or his family.

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*One of the umpteen judges the writer had to appear before concerning Bredfeldt’s charges against him may or may not have offhandedly remarked that “crazy is what keeps us in business.”