Law­suit: Adrian Peter­son de­faulted on $2.4 mil­lion loan

The Record (Troy, NY) - - SPORTS -

MIN­NEAPO­LIS » A law­suit filed in Min­neapo­lis ac­cuses for­mer Min­nesota Vik­ings run­ning back Adrian Peter­son of de­fault­ing on a $2.4 mil­lion loan.

Crown Bank says Peter­son, who was traded by the New Or­leans Saints to the Ari­zona Car­di­nals on Tues­day, took out the loan in May 2016 and de­faulted five months later. The Star Tri­bune re­ports that Peter­son even­tu­ally brought the bal­ance down to $594,000 after en­ter­ing into a for­bear­ance agree­ment with the Min­neapo­lis bank. The law­suit filed Tues­day in Hen­nepin County Court says Peter­son failed to meet the bank’s de­mands and must pay the bal­ance, plus in­ter­est. It does not spec­ify the pur­pose of the loan.

Peter­son’s at­tor­ney, Scott Zolke, of Los Angeles, did not im­me­di­ately re­turn a call seek­ing com­ment on Peter­son’s be­half.

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