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It keeps getting worse for Adrian Peterson.

He is preparing to appear in a court in Texas this Wednesday to fight charges of child abuse on his four year old son. As if that wasn't bad enough, revelations have come to light once again questioning his off field antics.

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Drinking, arguing and sex

A scathing profile of Peterson, written by Mike Kaszuba, Rochelle Olson and Paul McEnroe of the Star Tribune has accused him of many wrongdoings, including allegations that Peterson used a credit card registered to his "All Day" charity, to help pay for an orgy:

"Three months later, he was at the center of an incident in an Eden Prairie hotel room that resulted in an accusation of rape and triggered a lengthy police investigation.

The 38-page police report details a night of drinking, arguing and sex that involved the running back, two relatives — including Peterson’s brother, a minor — and four women, in various pairs. One of those present, Chris Brown, a Peterson relative who lives with him in Eden Prairie, told police that he paid for the room using a company credit card for Peterson’s All Day, Inc.

As the night wore on, the report says, one woman who said she knew Peterson previously became upset when she saw him having sex with another woman. She started an argument that lasted at least an hour. According to the report, when she told him that she was “emotionally attached to him,” Peterson reminded her that he was engaged to another woman and had a baby."

Charity payments

Another accusation in the report - also to do with his charity - suggested that Peterson wasn't entirely honest about where the money raised was going. His charity focused on at risk children, especially girls but following Peterson's september indictment, the website for his charity was taken offline:

"The charity’s 2011 financial report showed $247,064 in total revenue, and listed just three organizations that received money. A fourth outlay, entitled simply 'clothing for needy families,' listed 'unknown' for the number of recipients."

As mentioned, Peterson was indicted on a charge of reckless or negligent injury to a child and is due in court on Wednesday. He remains adamant that he is innocent:

"My goal is always to teach my son right from wrong and that's what I tried to do that day," Peterson said in a statement. "I accept the fact that people feel very strongly about this issue and what they think about my conduct. Regardless of what others think, however, I love my son very much and I will continue to try to become a better father and person."

The Vikings placed Peterson on the commissioners permission list meaning he cannot play and is banned from the teams facilities. He is however being paid until the investigation is concluded. 

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