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Adrian Peterson’s Charity Paid for Orgy

An investigation into Adrian Peterson suggest his indictment for child abuse is only one of many troubling aspects of the football star's past. The Minneapolis Star Tribune found that Peterson’s All Day Foundation, which shut down after his September arrest, did not appear to donate money to the few charities it claimed to support on its financial report. In 2009, All Day Foundation said it gave $70,000 to Straight From the Heart Ministries in Laurel, Maryland. “Adrian Peterson — definitely not,” said Straight From the Heart Ministries’ president Donna Farley when asked about money from the charity. The investigation also uncovered a 2011 police report detailing a night of sex that involved Peterson, his underage brother, and a relative with four women. It all reportedly occurred in an Eden Prairie hotel room, paid for by a company credit card designated for All Day. One of the women filed a police complaint, but Hennepin County prosecutors declined to file charges. The probe also uncovered that Peterson has six children born out of wedlock, two of them a month apart to different mothers.