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NFL Star: I'm '200% Innocent' In Confrontation with Cop

July 13, 2012  | 

Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson told reporters at court that he is "200% innocent" of a misdemeanor resisting arrest charge stemming from a confrontation with Houston Police officers.

Peterson was arrested July 7 by three off-duty Houston officers at a nightclub in downtown Houston.

Peterson was arrested after an off-duty officer twice asked him to leave the club and he allegedly pushed the officer.

Related:

3 Cops Arrest Resisting NFL Star


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[email protected] @ 7/18/2012 10:38 PM

But guys, he's a pro football player! And clearly a great mathematician! Now who you gonna believe? Him or three Police Officers and other witnesses? I mean, when was the last time you heard of a pro athlete getting in trouble with the Police? Er, never mind.

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