A lawyer for the fiancee of accused "Craigslist Killer" Philip Markoff says the couple's summer wedding is being "dismantled."
Robert Honecker, the lawyer for Megan McAllister, told ABC's "Good Morning America" Thursday that his client's planned August wedding to 23-year-old Markoff "will not occur" and is not likely to happen at any time in the future.
McAllister, accompanied by her mother and Honecker, met with Markoff in jail for about 25 minutes on Wednesday.
McAllister, 25, did not appear to be wearing an engagement ring and wouldn't talk to the media.
Markoff is in jail for allegedly using Craigslist to lure women selling erotic services to hotel rooms, then robbing them at gunpoint to feed a gambling habit.
He is charged with killing one of the women, 25-year-old New York City masseuse Julissa Brisman, on April 14 when she fought back. He is also accused of robbing another masseuse four days earlier at a different hotel in Boston.
And he is suspected in a third attack in Rhode Island on a Las Vegas stripper, who was tied up in a hotel room by a man she met on Craigslist but got away when her husband came in.
Authorities say they expect to file charges in that case by week's end.
Markoff has pleaded not guilty to all the charges.
This week, McAllister issued another statement through an attorney saying that she stands by Markoff and still loves him, but is cooperating with the investigation.
She asked that her fiancé's fate not be determined by the press and public opinion.
"What has been portrayed and leaked to the media is not the Philip Markoff that I know," McAllister said. "To me and my family, he is a loving and caring person."
Evidence has been mounting against Markoff since he was jailed.
Last week, a preliminary match was made between a gun allegedly found in Markoff and McAllister's apartment and the bullets that killed Brisman, police sources said. The underwear of Brisman and his second alleged victim was also reportedly discovered at Markoff's home, according to the sources.
On Friday, authorities in Rhode Island said his fingerprints were found on the wall of the hotel room where the Vegas stripper was tied up in an attempted robbery.
Markoff was a second-year medical student at Boston University when he was arrested last week during a traffic stop as he drove to Foxwoods Casino in Connecticut. He has pleaded not guilty.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.