Drew Peterson has a new roommate.
The fiance of the former Bolingbrook police sergeant has reportedly moved into his house along with her two young children, according to Derek Armstrong, author of Drew Peterson Exposed.
Of course, there is still some question as to the identity of the woman who is marrying Peterson.
Last month, his publicist Glen Selig said he was engaged, but so far no one has come forward to say she is the marrying Peterson.
Christina Raines, the 23-year-old woman who would be wife no. 5 for Drew Peterson, has denied reports she is the woman who said 'I do.'
Her father and boyfriend have acknowledged Peterson did give the Romeoville waitress a ring but say she is not marrying Peterson.
"She never said, 'Yes, I will marry you,'" Raines' boyfriend, Mike, who declined to give his full name, told the Chicago Tribune last month. 'He's [mad] at her and he's trying to get back at her by dragging her name through the mud."
Peterson has continued to tell reporters he had "no comment" on most issues -- who his fiance is, how they met, if they had set a date, if he was happy --- but he did say that all his young female friends are now being harassed by the press. He said he doesn't want to put anyone through that.
The announcement marked at least the sixth time Peterson has gotten engaged, and according to a divorce attorney, there's no legal issue with him getting engaged. To remarry legally, the attorney said, all he has to do is file for dissolution of the marriage.
If his current wife, Stacy Peterson, who has been missing since October 2007, doesn't respond within 30 days, their marriage is legally over.
The former Bolingbrook police officer remains a suspect in the death of his third wife, Kathleen Savio. He has also been implicated in the disappearance of Stacy Peterson, and that case is still under investigation.