Adrian Peterson of the Minnesota Vikings looks on during a Dec. 15, 2013, game against the Philadelphia Eagles in Minneapolis.
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Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson, currently facing child-abuse charges and banned from the team, is now the subject of a new set of allegations.

According to a Minnesota Star-Tribune report released Monday, in 2011 Peterson reportedly participated in an "orgy" at a hotel, and Peterson's All Day Foundation charity paid for the hotel room. 


A 38-page report viewed by the Star-Tribune claims that Peterson; his brother, who was underage at the time of the reported incident; and a relative of Peterson, Chris Brown, allegedly rented the hotel room with four women.

The report claims that one of the women got upset with Peterson after she saw him having sex with another woman. An hourlong argument ensued that included the woman telling Peterson she was "emotionally attached" to the All-Pro running back. Peterson reportedly told the woman that he was engaged to a different woman and had a baby on the way.

The woman allegedly contacted the police and filed a sexual assault complaint, but no charges were filed against Peterson. Brown told police that he paid for the room using the credit card for Peterson's All Day Foundation charity, according to the report.


The newspaper reports several discrepancies in the foundation's record keeping, the largest appearing in 2009. According to the Star-Tribune, All Day claimed it sent $70,000 to Straight From the Heart Ministries in Laurel, Md., but Donna Farley, president of the organization, told the Star-Tribune that Peterson's foundation has never given the group any money.

"There have been no outside [contributions] other than people in my own circle," Farley told the Star-Tribune. "Adrian Peterson—definitely not." 


Read more at the Minnesota Star-Tribune.