Drew Peterson Writing Love Letters to Woman from Jail: Report
Published : Thursday, 07 Apr 2011
By Anita Padilla, FOX Chicago News
Chicago - It would seem Drew Peterson is working on a love connection, even from jail, according to a new report. The accused murderer reportedly has been sending some racy messages to a woman he's known for several years.
Diana Grandel, 40, told the National Enquirer she met Peterson when she was 14 years old, when Peterson was a young cop and he reportedly rescued her and her family from an abusive father.
Grandel said she reached out to Peterson in a letter to show her support following his arrest for the murder of his third wife, Kathleen Savio. She said it didn't take long before the friendship turned strange.
She started getting mail, at least a dozen letters from Peterson, that was pretty bizarre, Grandel said. He reportedly wanted photos of her in a bikini, her clothing measurements and was graphic in describing what he wanted to do with her in bed.
"I just think of your smile and holding you in the dark feeling your body against mine...I want to spend a lot of time with my lips on yours," he reportedly wrote in one letter.
"I have a closet full of new or like-new clothes Stacy left behind when she abandoned us, everything from formal dresses to sweats to bikinis," Peterson wrote in another, according to the publication. Of course the Stacy he wrote about is Stacy Peterson, Drew's fourth wife.
Stacy Peterson disappeared nearly two and a half years ago and hasn't been seen since.
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