Nevertheless the explanation did little to soothe the nerves of the host who then asked our forlorn love hero to leave the show, prompting wild applause from the studio audience. Calinak eloped with his first wife when they were 17 but he said things changed after they lived with his family for five months. Calinak married a second time, but separated from that wife and began having an affair with a married woman. He has since said that he will leave his search for a wife 'to God'. The host of the show heard his confession and told him to leave. He went on to marry for a second time and had two children but later separated.Next
He said after five months of living together her behaviour changed. He said: 'The nephew of the man who wanted to marry her started to come to our village. He told the show's host 'I'm an honest person looking for a new wife' before adding he killed his first wife because he was 'irritated' by her behaviour and murdered a subsequent partner because he thought she was after his money. Calinak was asked to leave the show by the host, in an episode that made headlines in Turkish newspapers. I was released after 4 years and 6 months with an amnesty, despite being given a 13 year, 9 month jail term in the first place. He then embarked on an affair with another woman who said she would leave her husband for him - but he said she did not.Next
He then embarked on an affair with another woman who said she would leave her husband for him - but he said she did not. He said: 'The nephew of the man who wanted to marry her started to come to our village. He did not ask her for a date. He admitted he had a troubled love life, saying he killed his first wife, whom he married when they were both 17. I was jealous and I killed her, in a way. The audience members and contestants clapped as he walked off stage.
He went to prison for the murder, but was freed after serving more than four years of a 13-year sentence. He never completed his full sentences through a government amnesty program and was only behind bars for about four years. He then married another woman, and they had two children, but they separated. This time I'll leave it to God. He said after five months of living together her behavior changed.Next
His first wife was a cousin named Fadime, who he married when they were both 17, as they tried to escape Fadime's forced arranged marriage to a widower, Hurrieydailynews. Sefer Calinak, a 62 year old Turkish dating show contestant seeking love caused havoc after nonchalantly revealing that he had murdered his former wife and subsequent lover. Calinak said he was freed from prison after serving more than four years of his 13-year prison sentence. By then he had already killed at least two women in California and two others in New York. Calinak said he opened up about the murders because he wanted to lead an honest life and not have his next wife fear that she might be killed too.Next
He said after five months of living together her behaviour changed. He then embarked on an affair with another woman who said she would leave her husband for him — but he said she did not. He said the couple got in an argument, and he was defending himself with an axe while standing behind a door. A man who appeared on a Turkish television dating show shocked the audience by revealing he had murdered his former wife and a former lover. It is not understood why the man was offered amnesty and whether such offering is consistent with the severe patriarchal attitude male citizens have towards women in society. The challenges of hosting dating shows in Turkey….Next
He said they lived with her family, who wanted her to marry a widower instead. Calinak was then immediately asked to leave the show, according to the. He said: 'I killed her after she attempted to kill me. He claimed he killed her because she refused to leave her husband for him, but the killing was an accident that occurred during an argument. The 62-year-old dating show contestant said he also killed an ex-lover, a married woman named Coquette.
The audience of the Luck of the Draw game show was gobsmacked Thursday when Sefer Calinak, a bald 62-year-old contestant sporting a heart-framed name tag, calmly explained he was a convicted double murderer. The 62-year-old said he was sentenced to 13 years and 9 months but served only four and a half years. . Calinak also said she tried to kill him. Calinak was asked to leave the show by the host, prompting applause from the studio audience, in an episode which made headlines in Turkish newspapers. The nephew of the man who wanted to marry her started to come to our village. Çalınak was twice released from prison under a government amnesty - without completing his sentences it has been reported.Next