Minnesota Vikings RB Adrian Peterson funded orgy for underage brother with charity money

Embattled Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson faces even more shocking allegations. peterson3               The star player, already on leave while dealing with a child abuse charge, is now alleged to have paid for an orgy involving his underage brother using money from his charity, according to the Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Peterson reportedly rented a hotel room in 2011 in the Minneapolis suburb of Eden Prairie using a credit card from his Peterson's All Day, Inc. charity, a relative told the paper. The carousing was detailed in a 38-page police report filed after the four women, Peterson, his brother and the other relative spent hours arguing, drinking and having sex in the hotel room. A rape charge stemming from the night revealed that Peterson's underage brother had sex with at least one of the women as Peterson and Chris Brown, the other relative, passed the females around like party favors, police said. One of the women, upset after seeing the two-time MVP having sex with another female, argued with him for about an hour, according to the Star-Tribune, which cited the police report. She reportedly said she had an emotional attachment to Peterson. He replied that he was engaged to another woman who was pregnant with his child. Peterson has fathered six children with six different women.
Peterson with wife Ashley in July
Peterson with wife Ashley in July
                          One of the women filed the rape claim with police in the morning. A six-month investigation found her claims to be unfounded, but did lift the veil off Peterson's life behind closed doors. This is just the latest in a series of allegations this year that has dealt significant blows to the once-sterling reputation of the league's best running back. Numerous endorsement partners, including Nike and Radisson, have pulled out of deals with Peterson and the team. Though not a free agent, Peterson also reportedly expressed an interest in playing for the Dallas Cowboys to team owner Jerry Jones prior to this season. Peterson’s indictment has also led to increased scrutiny of his charity, which focuses on at-risk children, particularly girls. The charity’s 2011 financial report showed $247,064 in total revenue, and listed just three organizations that received money. A fourth outlay, titled simply “clothing for needy families,” listed “unknown” for the number of recipients, the newspaper reports. In 2009, the charity said its largest gift, $70,000, went to Straight From the Heart Ministries in Laurel, Md. But Donna Farley, president and founder of the Maryland organization, told the newspaper it never received any money from Peterson’s foundation. “There have been no outside [contributions] other than people in my own circle,” Farley told the newspaper. “Adrian Peterson — definitely not.” Furthermore, the East Texas Food Bank, based in Tyler, said it received money from Peterson’s foundation in 2009, although the foundation’s tax filing for that year listed just one donation to a food bank — the North Texas Food Bank, based in Dallas. Colleen Brinkmann, chief philanthropy officer for the North Texas Food Bank, told the Star Tribune that while her agency partnered with Dallas Cowboys players, she could not recall ever getting money from the All Day Foundation. “Was he with the Cowboys before?” she asked of Peterson. “I’m not a football fan.” Peterson is scheduled to make his first court appearance Wednesday.  Why is it that you get into trouble, then the door opens and everything starts coming out? This allegedley happened in 2011? It is just hitting the media now..   Reminds me of the last thing that came up, how many knew he had a son that was killed being beat? Again why didn't it come up when he beat his son? Just asking...  I am not sure who will pick him up in the future, but even as good as he is; after what the NFL is going through I think it's going to be rough.  Guess it will depend on the outcome of his upcoming charges.

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