Chrissy Teigen: “Making A Murderer” Dismissed Juror Is Attention-Seeking
Chrissy Teigen is slamming the excused juror in the murder case of “Making A Murderer” subject Steven Avery. She accused Richard Mahler on Twitter of being both attention-seeking and speaking out when it was far too late.
Richard Mahler was dismissed from the case after his daughter got into a car accident, but was also present for the majority of it and even deliberated with the rest of the jury for several hours before their 2007 verdict. He’s now been making media rounds, claiming two jurors had direct conflicts of interest by being related to Manitowoc County government officials, as well as hinting that Avery may have been framed. Mahler also now says that he’s been overcome with guilt since the trial, and that Avery is innocent.
But Teigen isn’t buying his tale of regret. She tweeted late Thursday that “the excused juror from making a murderer can go away. He sure has a lot of nice theories a little too late.” She also too a dig at Mahler by by noting that he “likes this all a bit much.”
The model, however, is purposely not directly discussing the Netflix series. “I’m a firm believer that ppl who spoil things should be shot to Mars. That’s why I don’t talk about the show!” But while Teigen may not be talking about “Making A Murder,” it seems everyone else sure is.