In Touch (USA) - - Omg ... -

Steven Avery’s lawyer isn’t just try­ing to get him out of prison, she’s writ­ing his “Dear John” let­ters, too. “Please let this let­ter act as for­mal no­tice that Mr. Avery ter­mi­nated his en­gage­ment with you ef­fec­tive Oc­to­ber 2,” reads a mis­sive dated Oct. 3 from renowned at­tor­ney Kath­leen Zell­ner to the Mak­ing a Mur­derer star’s now-for­mer fi­ancée Lynn Hart­man, which was ex­clu­sively ob­tained by In Touch. Zell­ner, who is work­ing on get­ting Steven’s 2005 mur­der con­vic­tion over­turned, also warns the Las Ve­gas sec­re­tary that her ex will take le­gal ac­tion if she talks about their ro­mance or his case, which was made fa­mous by the Net­flix doc­u­men­tary. Steven, 54, be­gan a re­la­tion­ship with Lynn eight months ago after she wrote to him at Wis­con­sin’s Waupun Cor­rec­tional In­sti­tu­tion, where he’s serv­ing a life sen­tence, and he told In Touch in Au­gust that he planned to marry her when he got out: “It feels right.” But in an Oct. 1 Face­book post, Steven’s ex-girl­friend San­dra Green­man an­nounced that the wed­ding was off, blam­ing Lynn’s de­ci­sion to do an in­ter­view with Dr. Phil and call­ing her a “gold dig­ger.” (Lynn said “no com­ment” when con­tacted by In Touch.) Note to Steven: Maybe put your love life on hold while you fo­cus on prov­ing your in­no­cence!

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