After being denied a new trial, Making a MurdererSeason 2’s Steven Avery still in jail. With that, it looks like someone is very happy that he will stay behind bars.

In an interview with the 55-year-old’s former fiancée, Lynn Hartman, she told In Touch that she’s glad her ex-partner will remain locked up. Is there no chance for Brendan Dassey’s uncle to prove his innocence?

Avery’s ex-fiancee celebrates his stay behind bars

Lynn Hartman told In Touch that she actually “celebrated with a cocktail” when she learned that Steven Avery didn’t stand a chance to make an appeal by a Sheboygan County judge.

"I feel that the world is a lot safer now knowing that Steven won’t be getting out," she said. It might be hard to blame Hartman for celebrating his being locked up as she earlier claimed that the suspect who allegedly murdered Teresa Halbach in 2005, was threatening her life. Allegedly, he was sending her menacing letters that made her fear for her safety.

“I’m afraid for my life,” she said. She, also added that the “Making a Murderer” Season 2 star is “very manipulative.” In another alleged letter, she asserted that he directly warned her and told her that he didn’t want to hurt her or the kids, so she has to promise him that she will help them for the rest of her life. She said that she threw this note in the fire allowed it to burn.

Hartman went on to say that she decided to see him before because she was so naïve. But as she now knows better, she hated herself for believing Avery was innocent. She disclosed that she was in love back then, so she believed that he didn’t kill the girl. However, she now thinks that he is guilty of murdering the photographer.

Proving Avery’s innocence

A Wisconsin judge denied Steve Avery’s appeal to undergo another trial to prove that he was wrongfully accused of attempted murder and sexual assault in 1985.

Now, the lawyer of “Making a Murderer” Season 2’s subject, Kathleen Zellner, is filing a “motion to vacate the decision,” according to Uproxx.

His legal representative claimed that she already had a deal with the Attorney General’s office to test a new set of evidence. She also asked to “amend her appeal” before the verdict was made.

In a press release, Zellner revealed that Avery’s lawyers and the Wisconsin Attorney General already had an agreement on September 18 of this year. This is to perform additional testing and let Avery amend his petition with new results and more witness affidavits. If this does push through, they are confident that he can prove that he is innocent of killing Teresa Halbach.