Details emerge in alleged Adrian Peterson sex orgy in 2011

More and more allegations are starting to emerge about the private life of Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson.

The Minneapolis Star Tribune, in part of a lengthy piece that digs into Peterson’s background, gave details of an alleged night of drinking, arguing and sex in a hotel room that triggered a police investigation. This is alleged to have happened while Peterson was engaged to and had a child with his now-wife, Ashley.

Citing a police report, the paper says the night involved Peterson, his brother (a minor at the time) and four women, in "various pairs." Chris Brown, one of Peterson’s relatives, is alleged to have paid for the room in Eden Prairie, Minn., using a credit card from Peterson’s All Day Inc. charity. Things reportedly got heated that night when one woman allegedly saw Peterson having sex with another one of the women present that night and got upset.

According to the report, the distressed woman started an argument with Peterson that lasted more than an hour. The report says the woman claimed that she was "emotionally attached" to Peterson, but that the running back reminded her that he was engaged and had a child. The following day, one of the women present filed a complaint with the police, which triggered an investigation that lasted for months.

Peterson proclaimed his innocence and cooperated with the investigation. An attorney for the running back says Peterson passed a polygraph test and tested "clean" in a drug test. Prosecutors in Hennepin County declined to file charges.

Peterson was indicted a few weeks ago on child abuse charges in Texas and is on a paid suspension from the Vikings.

Since the report surfaced, Bruce Richman, who runs the All Day Foundation, detailed some of what he claims are errors in the story, according to Pro Football Talk.