Whether he's engaged or not, Drew Peterson seems to be out and about, celebrating the holiday season.
Peterson spent Saturday night at the suburban hot spot, Stardust, with several unidentified ladies.
The club's owner, Reggie Benjamin, took several photos of Peterson getting cozy with the young women, and said Peterson was treated like a celeb.
A video also surfaced over the weekend showing Peterson with a woman he told the photographer was his fiance. But the Chicago Tribune reported the woman said "No, It's not. I'm sorry."
The woman in the photos and video does not appear to be Christina Raines, the 23-year-old Romeoville waitress Peterson has said is his fiance.
Raines' family -- and her live-in boyfriend -- have repeatedly denied that she is engaged to Peterson.
"She never said, 'Yes, I will marry you,'" Raines' boyfriend, Mike, who declined to give his full name, told the Chicago Tribune. 'He's [mad] at her and he's trying to get back at her by dragging her name through the mud."
He told the Tribune that Christina hasn't seen or spoken to Peterson in more than a week.
A publicist for Peterson first confirmed that Peterson was engaged last Wednesday. So far, no one has come forward to say publically she is his fiance.
The announcement marks at least the sixth time Peterson has gotten engaged, and according to a divorce attorney, there's no legal issue with him getting engaged.
If his current wife, Stacy Peterson, who has been missing since October 2007, doesn't respond within 30 days of him filling for dissolution, 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 Peterson's disappearance, which is still under investigation.
The Southtown newspaper has compiled a roster of Peterson's romances, listing other women who may have fallen under Drew's spell.