It looks like things are getting pretty intense in Making a MurdererSeason 2 as Kathleen Zellner is now offering $10,000 to anyone who can prove that Steven Avery is guilty of murdering Teresa Halbach. The 60-year-old lawyer just unveiled "The Steven Avery Proof of Guilt Challenge" after being mocked for insisting her client is innocent.

There is a group of conspiracy theorists who are mocking the wrongful conviction advocate for defending the suspect so she launched a challenge on Twitter on Thursday with a huge prize if they can answer 100 questions about the controversial case.

The controversial challenge

In an interview with Patch, Kathleen Zellner said in an e-mail that the Proof of Guilt challenge is specially designed for conspiracy theorists to see if they really know anything about Steven Avery’s case.

It is the lawyer’s way of revealing if their critics have “credible” evidence to support all their claims about Teresa Halbach’s murder. Also, this is to prove if her client is really guilty “beyond a reasonable doubt.” Aside from the critics, she also invited law enforcers and people in the legal profession to take the test if they really think that Avery is on the wrong side of the law.

However, some called out her challenge ridiculous as she will still be the one to decide what the wrong and right answers are.

Lawnewz even reported that she can always say that she is not convinced by their responses, so she could have a reason not to give the reward. Additionally, the publication also insisted that there is no lawyer who will admit that her client is not guilty.

The show’s possible release

Fans are now anticipating the coming of “Making a Murderer” Season 2.

as a lot of things have been happening since the first season ended. It looks like the second installment has many issues to tackle.

The documentary television series’ second chapter will still follow Steven Avery and Brendan Cassey’s guilty verdicts after the show claimed that they were just wrongfully convicted. They have been accused of being responsible for the murder of Teresa Halbach in 2005.

To recall, the two once again, underwent new legal proceedings to reveal new pieces of evidence that they are actually innocent. And this is expected to be featured in the second season. However, Netflix has yet to reveal the official release date of the much-awaited series. In fact, the network itself is not sure when it will come.

The streaming service’s VP of original content, Cindy Holland told USA Today in January that the documentary’s story is still ongoing, but, fans will surely see new episodes about Avery and Dassey’s fate sometime this year.