'Making A Murderer' Star’s Perverted Prison Letters: Steven Avery Sends Sick Fantasies To Fan!

Woman tells Radar she was shocked by 'creepy' convicted killer.

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'Making A Murderer' Star’s Perverted Prison Letters: Steven Avery Sends Sick Fantasies To Fan!

Woman tells Radar she was shocked by 'creepy' convicted killer.

Sex-obsessed Making A Murderer subject Steven Avery sends women perverted letters from behind bars, RadarOnline can exclusively report.

As millions gear up for the second season of the Netflix documentary series about how Avery was “railroaded” to prison on sexual assault and murder charges, Radar has seen a sample of his perverted prison writings.

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Avery is serving a life sentence for sodomizing and strangling 25-year-old photographer Teresa Halbach and burning her body in 2005. His nephew, Brendan Dassey, was also convicted of murder, and remains in jail despite a judge ruling his confession was coerced by police.

Although the documentary series asserts the deadly duo were unfairly convicted, the twisted prison letter to a terrified pen pal offers a disturbing insight into Avery’s demented desires.

“I don’t play no games where I hurt you,” he bizarrely promised in his note. “I will c*m on the next letter, OK, honey?”

Avery’s terrified pen pal was shocked by the sexual nature of the letter as her own writings to him were not romantic.

“What makes it creepy is I never said anything to him that would suggest that I wanted that — he just started talking to me like that,” the frightened woman said.

The celebrated documentary series convinced millions that Avery was wrongfully convicted of killing Halbach, but was accused of dramatically downplaying his criminal history, and failing to mention that he had been accused of raping his 17-year-old niece the year before the murder.

“Avery threatened to kill the teenaged female relative, and her family, if she reported the assault,” prosecutor Ken Kratz revealed.

In fact, Kratz, the chief prosecutor on the case, insists the series deliberately misled the public.

In his shocking book, Avery: The Case Against Steven Avery and What Making a Murderer Gets Wrong, Kratz claimed the Netflix series fabricated information, omitted key evidence and manipulated courtroom testimony to paint his opinion as a vast conspiracy.

But Avery’s own words paint a frightening picture that reveal his darkest thoughts.

“So do you like my p***s,” the madman wrote to the shocked woman, while sickly promising her that he will send her his bodily fluids in one bizarrely sordid come-on.

“See how much I love you!” he wrote.

“He comes on really strong,” said his pen pal, adding that the idea of Steven being released “terrifies her.”

“He’s a weirdo!” She added.

The second season of Making A Murderer premieres on Netflix October 19.

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