'Making A Murderer' Part 2 Update: Where Are Steven Avery's 3 Fiancées Now?

Making a Murderer fans have grown dedicated to the life and fate of Steven Avery, a man currently imprisoned a second time for a crime he claims he didn't commit. Making A Murderer part two deals heavily with the legal side of both Avery and nephew Brendan Dassey's convictions, as both are behind bars for killing Teresa Halbach. Despite being behind bars, the continuous love life of Avery hasn't fallen through the cracks.

In part one and two of the Netflix docuseries, three women are featured as Avery's fiancées. Though Avery has been behind bars for over 10 years, he has been engaged three times.

Jodi Stachowski

The first fiancée, featured in part one of the series, was Jodi Stachowski. The pair were together for two years and filmmakers, Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos, spotlighted Stachowski's dedication to her fiancé, who was serving a life imprisonment.

In 2016, Stachowski revealed Avery may not be innocent for the murder he claims he didn't commit. She said she now believes Avery killed Halbach in a conversation with Nancy Grace. "He threatened to kill me and my family and a friend of mine. I was in a bath and he threatened to throw a blow dryer in there and told me he'd be able to get away with it," she explained. Stachowski also said Avery tied her to a bed in a sexual nature and attempted to videotape it, TMZ reported. The claim follows a similar fashion to how Halbach was allegedly handled before her death.

Sandy Greenman

After his breakup with Stachowski, Avery was engaged to Sandy Greenman. The pair is still close friends, they claim, and Greenman maintains her belief that Avery is innocent. She explained the personal reason for their broken engagement to Dr. Phil in January 2016.

"Steve and I were engaged to be married, and I broke it off," she said, as Bustle reported. "It's not that I've ever stopped trying to work for him, but it was a religious thing. I cannot marry someone that's not a Christian. Since we broke off the engagement, I've visited him less and less. It's too hard for me."

Greenman is still active in fighting for Avery's release. She tweeted about the court's involvement in the case on Wednesday. "Just sitting here pondering the case against Steven Avery. When did the courts stop caring about justice?" she tweeted. "When was it ok not to let the jury hear everything? Why is it ok to ignore the fact that he MAY be innocent? WHEN???"

Lynn Hartman

In part two, Avery's third fiancée was introduced. Lynn Hartman claimed she was "naive" and skeptical about Avery's past in a 2016 conversation with Dr. Phil. After her appearance on the show, Hartman claimed she received threatening letters from Avery, and she ultimately decided to end the relationship.

"They did not want the letters Avery wrote to me, getting out," Hartman said of the Making A Murder producers and Greenman in a statement to Bustle. "They did not want me to disclose what Avery said to me on the phone, and did not want me to prove that they are lying, and that I believe and know that, Steven Avery is a violent criminal who is right where he belongs."