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'He's A Monster!' Steven Avery's Ex-Fiancee Claims He's Guilty Of Killing Teresa Halbach

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In Making A Murderer, Steven Avery's fiancée staunchly supported her man through his infamous criminal trial. But more than ten years after Avery was accused of killing photographer Teresa Halbach in cold blood, Jodi Stachowski has changed her tune.

In a shocking interview with Nancy Grace producer Natisha Lance last night, Stachowski claimed she now believes her ex is guilty of the shocking sexual assault, torture, and murder.

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"He's not innocent," she said.

Seemingly soft-spoken and loving in the Netflix docuseries, Avery was in reality "abusive" and a "monster" during their two-year relationship, the 46-year-old alleged.

"He threatened to kill me and my family and a friend of mine," she said. "I was in a bath, and he threatened to throw a blow dryer in there, and he told me how would be able to get away with it. He's sick."

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"He's beat me all the time, punch me, throw me against the wall," Stachowski continued, tearing up. "I tried to leave, and he smashed the windshield out of my car so I couldn't leave him. I was at work one day, and he was up there spying through a window....He just started slapping me."

During the trial, Stachowski said she publicly supported Avery because if she didn't, he said she'd "pay."

"It was all an act," she claimed. "He told me how to act."

She said she later asked Making A Murderer filmmakers to not use footage of her from the series, and hasn't even seen the hit show.

"Steve's one person I don't trust," she said. "He's like Dr. Jeckyll and Mr. Hyde."

Avery, 53, is currently serving a life sentence for Halbach's murder with no chance of parole.

His family, including his mother Delores, and countless Making A Murderer fans still believe he's innocent of the horrific crime.



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