Another friend came forward, claiming Stacy had said something that echoed what Kathleen Savio had written to the state attorney's office during their bitter divorce.
Stacy's friend Pam Bosco claims to have been told by Stacy, "I love you. If anything happens to me, he killed me. It wasn't an accident."
Peterson also denies this. "I think this is something that these people heard Kathleen's camp talking about and they basically adopted into what they were saying."
With Stacy Peterson still missing, police decided to exhume Savio's body. A second autopsy concluded that Peterson's third wife had been murdered and that the scene had been staged to seem like an accident.
The state attorney has named Peterson as the prime suspect in the death of his third wife and the disappearance of his fourth. But he's already making plans to marry his fifth.
He says that he and Raines haven't talked about his previous relationships. "We stay away from it to this day," he said, adding that she knows about his past.
"I mean, who in the United States doesn't know about my entire life and my marital history?" he said.
He says Raines is much better off now than she was in previous abusive relationships.
"On many occasions, she's looked at me and she says, 'You know, you treat me so good, there's no way that you could've been involved in anything like this, there's no way.' And I believe she wholeheartedly believes that."