Video of Adrian Peterson's arrest emerges, doesn't reveal much
Adrian Peterson was arrested on Friday and on Sunday the first video of that arrest emerged from someone's camera phone. However, it doesn't provide a whole lot of insight into what went down with the Vikings running back.
When writing about Adrian Peterson's arrest on Saturday, we pointed out that there's reportedly surveillance video that will "show it all" with respect to what went down.
Naturally, there's also going to be other video popping up via camera phones and the general TMZ nature of the world today. Fittingly, TMZ obtained the first such video.
In the 35-second clip (below), you're not going to see much. It's pretty much just AP getting handcuffed and yelled at briefly by cops. There's a woman yelling "Adrian is my friend" and lots of cops telling people to move along because there's nothing to see here people.
To sum up: for now we just have details provided by the police and the club. Which means everyone should continue to reserve judgment until the club's video emerges.
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