Reggie Bush defends Adrian Peterson

Bush spoke out in favor of the embattled Vikings star Tuesday on WFAN’s ‘Boomer and Carton’ show, claiming the severe discipline Peterson meted out to his son was similar to what he experienced as a child. ‘I got what we call whoopings.’

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Adrian Peterson’s controversial parenting methods sit just fine with fellow NFL running back Reggie Bush, who said he’d consider “harshly” disciplining his own 1-year-old daughter if the situation arose.

Bush spoke out in defense of the embattled Vikings star Tuesday on WFAN’s “Boomer and Carton” show, claiming the severe discipline Peterson meted out to his son was similar to what he experienced as a child.

“I was punished the same way,” the Lions RB said. “And I know a lot of my friends and a lot of the guys I played with, they were punished the same way, too.”

“I got what we call whoopings.”

Peterson was indicted on child abuse charges in Montgomery, Tx., for beating his son with a tree branch switch, leaving bruises and welts on the unnamed four-year old. He was also investigated for allegedly abusing another one of his children, according to reports.

Despite initially benching Peterson in the wake of the criminal case against him, the Vikings had a change of heart this week and activated the 2012 NFL MVP for Sunday’s game against the New Orleans Saints – a decision Bush agrees with.

Adrian Peterson’s controversial parenting methods sit just fine with fellow NFL running back Reggie Bush, who said he’d consider “harshly” disciplining his own 1-year-old daughter if the situation arose.

Bush spoke out in defense of the embattled Vikings star Tuesday on WFAN’s “Boomer and Carton” show, claiming the severe discipline Peterson meted out to his son was similar to what he experienced as a child.

“I was punished the same way,” the Lions RB said. “And I know a lot of my friends and a lot of the guys I played with, they were punished the same way, too.”

“I got what we call whoopings.”

Peterson was indicted on child abuse charges in Montgomery, Tx., for beating his son with a tree branch switch, leaving bruises and welts on the unnamed four-year old. He was also investigated for allegedly abusing another one of his children, according to reports.

Despite initially benching Peterson in the wake of the criminal case against him, the Vikings had a change of heart this week and activated the 2012 NFL MVP for Sunday’s game against the New Orleans Saints – a decision Bush agrees with.

 

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NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

 

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