Adrian Peterson Accused of Fathering Another Woman’s Child? Baby Mama Demands $2 Mil!

Adrian Peterson attends a game between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Los Angeles Lakers at Staples Center on April 27 in L.A. (Photo: Noel Vasquez/Getty Images)

Adrian attends a game between the Oklahoma City Thunder and Los Angeles Lakers at Staples Center on April 27 in L.A. (Photo: Noel Vasquez/Getty Images)

Another baller’s dirty secret has hit the airwaves!

NFLer Adrian Peterson is the latest celebrity baller to be accused of fathering another woman’s baby, according to TMZ. The woman, a massage therapist, claims she had a brief fling with the Minnesota Vikings running back a few years ago, and during that time she became pregnant.

In the filed court docs, the woman is demanding nearly $2 million from Peterson to care for the child for the next 18 years. See how Peterson’s alleged child’s mother plans to use the money over the next 18 years below:

“Monthly support — $6,000 for 216 months ($1,296,000)
Pre and postnatal costs — $30,000
Health insurance costs — $1,000 per month for 216 months ($216k)
Private school — average of $30k for 13 years ($325k)
Uninsured health care costs including mental health costs for the child — $3k per year
And lastly, attorney’s fees totaling a whopping $60,000.

However, reports say Peterson and his attorneys have since rejected the proposal. Also, Peterson’s legal team notes that if the child does turn out to be the athlete’s, “he will gladly agree to reasonable support.

This news comes in light after Peterson’s wife, Ashley Brown, announced the she is pregnant with their second child back in June (2015).

FYI: The couple tied the knot in 2014. Peterson — aka baby maker — is currently fathering six children in total. I guess he’s giving rapper Future a run for his money!


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