Drew Peterson, Kathleen Savio: ‘Murder Made Me Famous’ Sinks Its Teeth Into The Case Of The Killer Cop Whose Sex Escapades Are Legendary

The Drew Peterson-Kathleen Savio bathtub death case will be explored in the next episode of Murder Made Me Famous. Inquisitr has reported on the news since its debut a few weeks ago. Each week, a new fascinating death case is brought to the public’s attention. The Drew Peterson case offers up one more riveting story for Reelz viewers to sink their teeth into. Drew Peterson was the charismatic Chicago cop who was arrested and charged with the murder of his third wife. The nation was so captivated with the case of the killer cop that it made an ordinary police officer famous due to his cavalier, nonchalant attitude and his onscreen antics, according to People Magazine.

In tonight’s episode of Murder Made Me Famous, Reelz will delve into the case of Drew Peterson and the death of his wife, Kathleen Savio, and the disappearance of his fourth wife, Stacy Peterson. The former police sergeant has always denied having anything to do with his wife’s death, and continues to say he has no idea where Stacy is located. But according to some, Peterson’s alleged shady past and violent nature makes him the only person who knows exactly what happened in both cases, which is what makes the Peterson case so creepy. Drew Peterson first gained nationwide attention with the disappearance of his fourth wife, Stacey Peterson. As police investigated her disappearance, they learned that another wife had died in a bathtub accident three years earlier. The death of Kathleen Savio was ruled an accident at the time, but with the disappearance of Stacy, police began to dig further into his background, where they learned some disturbing details about Peterson, according to Fox News.

Stacy Peterson’s family also let authorities know how abusive he was in his relationship with Stacy, and that she had told anyone who would listen that if anything ever happened to her, they should look at her husband. Drew Peterson was allegedly a dark, violent figure who hid behind the blue badge, gaining the respect of people in the community and on the police force. He was handsome, tall, and charismatic. And his quick-witted humor often made women flock to him in droves. Drew Peterson allegedly cheated on every woman he was ever in a relationship with, and they say that he could never get enough of sex. Even with all the controversy and media scrutiny, he continued to take women to bed — and the women got younger and prettier with each new conquest. In a jail house letter that Peterson sent to a woman, he describes his bedroom skills, according to the Daily Mail.

“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.() I like sex with a lot of foreplay, I’m more into pleasing my partner than pleasing others.”

Today, Drew Peterson still sits in prison serving out a sentence for the death of Kathleen Savio. According to The Movies Based On True Stories Archives, the Peterson case was made into a 2012 Lifetime movie called Untouchable starring the handsome Rob Lowe. Stacy’s family was not happy about the movie, stating that Stacy Ann Cales Peterson would have been embarrassed about everyone knowing the personal details of her life with Drew. Catch an all new Murder Made Me Famous tonight at 9 p.m.on Reelz. Recently, Reelz aired and dramatized the Scott and Laci Peterson Case and the case of the Menendez brothers.

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