Making A Murderer’s Steven Avery raged ‘all bi***es owe me’ after he was wrongly jailed for 18 years for sexually assaulting a woman

MAKING a Murderer’s Steven Avery raged “all bi***es owe me” after he was wrongly jailed for 18 years for sexually assaulting a woman, his ex-girlfriend revealed.

After being locked up in 1985 for a crime he did not commit, Avery came out of jail in 2003 hating women because of the one that sent him to prison the first time.

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Steven Avery is serving a life sentence for the slaughter of Teresa Halbach in 2005[/caption]

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Ex-girlfriend Jodi Stachowski said Avery beat and strangled her until she became unconscious[/caption]

Avery’s release from prison saw him raging with anger towards women, after he was wrongfully locked up for 18 years.

However following his release, he soon moved in with ex-girlfriend Jodi Stachowski, whom he beat her viciously over 18 months together, according to a book on the notorious case.

Jodi said: “I didn’t want to get hurt. Steven is one person I don’t trust.

“He’s like Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. A nice person, a semi-nice person, and then behind closed doors he’s a monster.

“He told me once ‘all bi***es owe him’ because of the one that sent him to prison the first time.

“We all owed him – and he could do whatever he wanted.”

The grim details – not allowed at his trial – are revealed by Michael Griesbach in his book Indefensible: The Missing Truth About Steven Avery, Teresa Halbach And Making a Murderer.

Griesbach, a former prosecutor who helped overturn Avery’s wrongful sex attack conviction, is convinced he is guilty of murdering Teresa Halbach.

Jodi also said she believed Avery and his nephew raped Miss Halbach while she was tied up on the bed, before murdering her – similar to that of Brendan Dassey’s story.

He’s like Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. A nice person, a semi-nice person, and then behind closed doors he’s a monster

Jodi Stachowski

She said she still felt guilty because she was supposed to be with Avery the day Miss Halbach was butchered, and felt she could have “stopped him and saved her life”, the book reveals.

She said: “He’s not innocent. I ate two boxes of rat poison just so I could go to the hospital and get away from him.”

Griesbach accuses the documentary makers of deliberately leaving out key evidence to make Avery appear the victim of a second miscarriage of justice.

He also said he was stunned by how the show brushed over Avery’s history of vicious crimes including when he deliberately rammed a mum and baby with his car and held the mum at gunpoint.

Jodi recalled sitting by him holding his hand and said she believed sheriffs were out to get him in an interview with the documentary makers nine years before it aired.

But after it was broadcast, she said it was “an act” and he had threatened her if she didn’t do as he asked.

VICIOUS BEATINGS

The book reveals how Avery was obsessed with extreme bondage sex and once throttled his lover unconscious in the months before the murder at the heart of the hit Netflix series.

The book reveals how he once tied Jodi to the bed and wanted to video himself raping her.

She told cops on another occasion he battered and strangled her in a fury when he found out she’d been out without telling him, knocking her unconscious then dragging her outside and threatening to shoot her dead.

The evidence was ruled inadmissible at his 2007 trial for killing Teresa, a photographer whose charred bones were found near Avery’s scrap yard in Wisconsin, US, in 2005.

The judge also refused to let the jury hear evidence of how sadistic Avery poured petrol on his family’s pet cat and threw it on a fire to watch it burn to death.

He’s not innocent. I ate two boxes of rat poison just so I could go to the hospital and get away from him

Jodi Stachowski

And an account of how he raped his 17-year-old niece was also withheld from the jury, along with his reported plans to build a torture chamber to kill women.

Griesbach, a former prosecutor who helped overturn Avery’s wrongful 1985 sex attack conviction, is convinced he is guilty of murdering Teresa despite suggestions in Making A Murderer.

He accuses the documentary makers of deliberately leaving out key evidence to make Avery appear the victim of a second miscarriage of justice.

In 2007 Avery was jailed for life along with his 16-year-old nephew Brendan Dassey, who confessed he helped his uncle rape, stab shoot and dismember the victim.

Both men’s cases have been subject to lengthy appeals amid claims they were framed by vengeful local police.

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Michael Griesbach’s ‘Indefensible’ reveals grim new details about Avery’s violent past[/caption]

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Teresa Halbach was killed on October 31, 2005[/caption]

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Avery raged ‘all bi***es owe me’ after he was wrongly jailed for 18 years for sexually assaulting a woman[/caption]


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