Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson may be facing another arrest after he admitted to smoking weed before giving a urine sample.
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Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was once considered one of the biggest class acts in the NFL, but that has gradually changed in the last month since he was indicted on child abuse charges.
Other reports also surfaced about him, saying that he had been involved in infidelity and a charity scam. Things are not getting any easier for the Vikings running back as he admitted to smoking marijuana before giving a urine sample.
Drug use violates Peterson’s bond conditions, so he may be arrested again. This may be used against him in his upcoming trial, which is set to begin on Dec. 1. If convicted, Peterson may be forced to spend two years in prison.
Here is a tweet from the Sports Illustrated Twitter account on the running back’s latest troubles.
— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) October 9, 2014View poll on FanMob