Decision Made In Adrian Peterson Domestic Violence Case
According to reports, NFL running back Adrian Peterson is not going to face charges in his domestic violence case.
CelebnSports247.com has learned that the NFL running back has agreed to complete domestic violence and alcohol counseling within the next six months.
The news comes after Adrian Peterson was arrested at LAX in February on suspicion of domestic violence back in February, the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office said on Monday.
TMZ Sports is reporting that Peterson was supposed to have a hearing in Los Angeles on Apr. 29, but the running back and prosecutors met beforehand and resolved the issue.
Prosecutors declined to criminally charge Peterson, though he’s going to have to complete 20 sessions of domestic violence and alcohol counseling within the next six months.
A pre-filing L.A. City Attorney hearing, as an alternative to prosecution, was held Friday for Adrian Peterson, who was arrested in February on a felony domestic violence charge. Peterson agreed to to complete 20 sessions of domestic violence and alcohol counseling in next 6 mos.
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Peterson was arrested and sent to jail after his wife Ashley had a mark on her hand after the incident. He wasn’t charged with anything following that altercation.
Peterson posted $50,000 bail and was released the same day.
Despite him posting bail, his wife, Ashley took to Instagram and confirmed she and her husband argued on a plane, but said at no point did Peterson hit or strike her.
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Peterson spent time with both the Tennessee Titans and Seattle Seahawks last season.
Peterson has been in the NFL since 2007, starting with the Minnesota Vikings and eventually playing for a half-dozen other teams. He is still looking to continue his career.