Report: Adrian Peterson Used Charity Credit Card to Fund Hotel Orgy

Report: Adrian Peterson Used Charity Credit Card to Fund Hotel Orgy

Vikings running back allegedly used money from foundation in 2011.

Published October 6, 2014

A new report alleges that Adrian Peterson used his company credit card for his All Day, Inc. foundation to pay for a hotel room he used for an orgy back in 2011.

According to the Minnesota Star Tribune, the Minnesota Vikings running back — who’s currently on the NFL’s exempt list due to child-abuse allegations — used his foundation’s credit card to pay for an Eden Prairie, Minn., hotel room in 2011 that he allegedly used for a wild night of drinking and sex alongside two of his relatives, including his minor brother, and four women.

The newspaper reports that as the night went on, one woman became upset when she saw Peterson having sex with another woman and started an argument that lasted an hour. The next day, one of the women filed a police report, which was investigated for criminal sexual conduct for months.

The detailed Star Tribune report also states that Peterson has fathered at least six children out of wedlock, including a boy and a girl who were born to different mothers a month apart in May and June 2010. All this leaked information figures to not bode well for the running back’s hurting image and livelihood, one that already has him up against child-abuse allegations.

As for his charitable foundation, All Day, Inc. reportedly claimed its largest donation was $70,000, which went to Straight From the Heart Ministries in Laurel, Md. However, the president of that organization claims it never received that gift.

Peterson is scheduled to be arraigned in Texas on Wednesday on child abuse charges.

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