New Details Revealed About The Murder Of Stacy Peterson From Drew Peterson’s Second Wife And Lawyer

Peterson is in prison for the murder of his third wife, and his fourth wife is still missing.

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Former undercover narcotics officer and convicted murderer Drew Peterson was the subject of the second episode of Grace vs. Abrams.

Drew, 63, is currently in prison for the murder of his third wife, Kathleen Savio, and is being investigated for the 2007 disappearance of his fourth wife, Stacy Peterson, whom he has two children with.

Savio was found dead in a bathtub in 2004, and Peterson was convicted of her murder. He was sentenced to 38 years behind bars, The Chicago Tribune reported.


Nancy Grace and Dan Abrams spoke to Drew’s second wife, Vicki Connelly, on the A&E show that aired Thursday. This is the first time she has ever spoken publicly in regards to her ex-husband.

Connelly had some bombshell claims throughout the episode, including her thoughts on where Drew’s missing fourth wife is.



When asked if she believed Drew may have killed his missing wife, Connelly said, “Absolutely.”

“There’s no doubt in my mind [he could have killed me],” she said. “His number one threat to me was ‘I could kill you and make it look like an accident.'”

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Drew had previously made the same threat to Savio before he killed her, USA Today reported during a September 2017 trial.

Although it is theorized that Peterson killed Stacy, it has never been proven and he has yet to be charged with her murder.

Stacy’s pastor and Drew’s former attorney also appeared on the show with their thoughts on the whereabouts of the missing wife.


Joel Brodsky, who previously represented Drew, said Drew murdered his fourth wife without actually saying it.

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Brodsky said “I know what happened” but “can’t say what my client told me” due to attorney-client privilege.

Abrams dug into the attorney after Brodsky refused to reveal what he knew about Stacy.

“If you can’t say then that definitely means that Drew Peterson wasn’t telling the truth when he said Stacy left with another guy. Because you would know that, right?” Abrams said. “If she left with another guy you would be able to tell us ‘She left with another guy.'”


Brodsky laughed, but then later hinted that Drew had something to do with Stacy’s vanishing.

“I believe that she’ll be found after he dies,” he said.

When Nancy told Brodsky to look her in in the eye and recount exactly what happened to Stacy he said he couldn’t.

Brodsky said he quit representing Drew because he didn’t trust the convicted murderer who he believed had most likely conned him “to some extent.”

“I certainly don’t trust Drew,” Brodsky said.


Stacy’s pastor, Neil Schori, also provided his thoughts on what happened to her.

He told the hosts of a conversation he had in the past with Stacy about Drew’s murdered wife and the abuse she suffered at the hands of her then-husband.

“Drew did it,” he recalled her saying.


He went on the explain that “knowing what he knows now” he would have treated Stacy’s situation of domestic abuse differently. He believes he would have had “a better chance” of saving her life now than before.

Drew was considered the main suspect in his latest wife’s disappearance but no physical evidence has been found to link him to it, despite multiple people speculate he was involved.

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