Drew Peterson's claim of innocence?
One of Peterson's girlfriends doesn't believe it, according to ABC News.
Peterson wrote 'steamy' and 'incriminating' letters to 40-year-old Diana Grandel while in jail, according to ABC, some of which included details of Kathleen Savio's death and Stacy Peterson's disappearance. However, those incriminating letters burned in a 2010 house fire.
When Grandel lost her belongings in the fire, Peterson offered her Stacy Peterson clothes. Stacy Peterson disappeared in 2007.
That's when Grandel's opinion of Peterson changed.
"I thought, there's no way this girl walked away from everything for no reason," ABC reported. "And I thought, this guy killed Stacy, and I thought I didn't want anything to do with that, so I told him I didn't want to speak with him anymore because my opinion had changed."
The pair's relationship began when Grandel was a teenager. Peterson was 17 years her senior. They lost touch when Grandel was 18, ABC reported, and reconnected while he was in jail.
charged with murdering one wife and suspected by the Illinois State Police of having a hand in another's disappearance,
“Hello my love,” Peterson wrote to the young woman in one of the letters recently given to Patch. “I really miss you and keep dreaming about holding you …
“You still got my heart and I hope you still (have) mine.”
The lovestruck Peterson’s letters, all written in pencil on lined notebook paper, depict visions of romance, freedom from the bars that prevent him from dreaming, and a relationship in which he would spoil the object of his affections.