WIFE KILLER DREW PETERSON’S PRISON RAPE NIGHTMARE!
DISGRACED COP CORNERED BY TRANSGENDER ‘MONSTER’
WHINY wife killer Drew Peterson has revealed a hulking transgender prisoner tried to sexually assault him behind bars!
Ironically, the incident happened after the disgraced cop, 66, was transferred to a special prison section specifically to protect him from other inmates!
“I was in this special housing unit,” Peterson said on the “15 Minutes With…” podcast, hosted by Joe Tomaso.
“I was in there with a transgender, very gay, and he wanted to constantly try to do oral sex on me.
This guy was six-foot-five, a monster of a guy — and finally I look at him. I said, ‘It’s really nothing that I’m into, but if I ever was, I would like to hope that I can do better than you.’
“He didn’t bother me no more.”
At the time, Peterson was at the Terre Haute Federal Correctional Institution in Indiana after being transferred from the Menard Correctional Center in
Illinois in 2017.
The former Bolingbrook,
Ill., police sergeant was convicted in 2012 for the 2004 slaying of third wife Kathleen Savio. He’s also a prime suspect in the 2007 disappearance of fourth wife Stacy Peterson.
And he had an extra 40 years slapped onto his 38-year sentence when he was convicted of trying to hire a hitman to knock off a state prosecutor who put him behind bars.
Peterson’s lawyer, Steve Greenberg, said his client maintains his innocence and noted both his convictions are being appealed.
As The National ENQUIRER exclusively reported in
April, Peterson was secretly transferred AGAIN to an unknown lockup after he was allegedly attacked by a group of cons who swiped his belongings to sell online in the booming murder memorabilia market — but he’s still scared stiff!
“My life expectancy in an active [general population prison] is probably about 15 minutes,” he moaned.
The Terre Haute federal prison, where the convicted killer was allegedly attacked Third wife Kathleen Savio Fourth wife Stacy Peterson Peterson was sentenced to 78 years for crimes he says he didn’t commit