Well, what did he think was going to happen?
Bruce Beresford-Redman arrived at a court hearing pertaining to his late wife's estate and walked right into the lion's den.
"How could you do that to my sister?!" shouted Jeane Burgos, sister of Beresford-Redman's late wife, Monica, who was killed while vacationing with her family in Cancun.
Beresford-Redman is the Mexican authorities' No. 1 suspect and a warrant is out for his arrest south of the border.
"Divine justice is going to get you!" added Monica's other sister, Carla Burgos.
Beresford-Redman, who says he's innocent, appeared to hear what was being said to him but walked away after a momentary glance at Monica's family.
The former Survivor producer and Monica had two children together who were temporarily placed in the custody of their paternal grandparents. He said in his petition to be reappointed as their full-time guardian that his main priority is their well-being.
Friday in court, Beresford-Redman answered questions about a will he and his late wife drew up in 2008 before a trip to Australia, which changed a few of the provisions set forth in a previous will.
L.A. Superiort Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff declined to make a decision about either will until another hearing set for June 29.
Meanwhile, the Burgos' attorney, Vivian Lee Thoreen, said that they hope to get the estate matters cleared up as soon as possible, because her clients are considering filing a wrongful-death suit.